Definition of 'antelope'
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Example sentences containing 'antelope'
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He had been caught leaving the forest with a small antelope. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Across its Northumberland parkland roamed herds of antelope and buffalo. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)THIS antelope must feel like its head is spinning - after a spider set up home in its antlers. The Sun (2010)He runs like a f***ing antelope but it's a shame he passes like f***ing Bambi. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'antelope'
British English: antelope /ˈæntɪˌləʊp/ NOUN
An antelope is an animal like a deer, with long legs and horns, that lives in Africa or Asia. Antelopes are graceful and can run fast.
- American English: antelope
- Arabic: ظَبْي
- Brazilian Portuguese: antílope
- Chinese: 羚羊
- Croatian: antilopa
- Czech: antilopa
- Danish: antilope
- Dutch: antilope
- European Spanish: antílope
- Finnish: antilooppi
- French: antilope
- German: Antilope
- Greek: αντιλόπη
- Italian: antilope
- Japanese: レイヨウ
- Korean: 영양 동물
- Norwegian: antilope
- Polish: antylopa
- European Portuguese: antílope
- Romanian: antilopă
- Russian: антилопа
- Spanish: antílope
- Swedish: antilop
- Thai: แอนติโลป/ สัตว์ประเภทกวางเขาเกลียว
- Turkish: antilop
- Ukrainian: антилопа
- Vietnamese: linh dương
Definition of antelope from the Collins English Dictionary
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