Definition of Buffalo Bill in English:

Buffalo Bill

Line breaks: Buf|falo Bill
Pronunciation: /bʌfələʊˈbɪl
 
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( 1846–1917), American showman; born William Frederick Cody. He gained his nickname for killing 4,280 buffalo in eight months to feed the Union Pacific Railroad workers, and subsequently devoted his life to his travelling Wild West Show.

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