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spaniel
American English: /ˈspænjəl/
British English: /ˈspanj(ə)l/

Translation of spaniel in Spanish:

noun

  • spaniel (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • In the Middle Ages, a type of spaniel was bred, the ancestor of some of our modern spaniels, that would naturally crouch when it located game.
    • I have also seen under-exercised dogs, spaniels in particular, lie around in a depressed and emotionally blackmailing way, glancing with sad brown eyes out of the window until you give in and throw yourself into a gale force 9.
    • The feet should be examined daily, especially the hairy types of dog such as spaniels, for the presence of thorns.

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