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Pronunciation: / kaˈnitʃe /, / kaˈniʃ /

Translation of caniche in English:

sustantivo masculino y femenino

Example sentences
  • Quería un caniche negro que en la veterinaria salía 1.200 pesos.
  • Tradicionalmente el caniche estándar era un perro de cacería, mientras que las otras tres fueron creadas a partir de cruces de las razas maltesa y caniche estándar.
  • El caniche es el perro nacional de Francia.

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