Definition of 'buffalo'
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Example sentences containing 'buffalo'
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DEEP in the rolling Hampshire countryside is a farm that produces cheese from a steaming herd of buffalo. The Sun (2017)This is a brilliant recipe for making inexpensive mozzarella taste like the finest buffalo mozzarella. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There was one that had been fitted with the head from a buffalo. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The penny dropped when she realised that there were no quotas for buffalo milk. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The grocery shop had enormous deer and buffalo heads mounted on the walls. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It would take a herd of buffalo to stop me buying another. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Perhaps that had something to with the buffalo heads lit by lasers shining through the eye sockets. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is home to his herd of breeding buffalo. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Elephant and buffalo ambled out of the rain forest to wade in the weedy shallows and to drink. Into Africa - a social history of the East African Safari (1989)They collapsed like a shot buffalo. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Across its Northumberland parkland roamed herds of antelope and buffalo. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)It's huge and is home to enormous herds of elephant and buffalo. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You dare not let him build a head of steam - he is like a runaway buffalo. The Sun (2008)A month before, a pride of lions killed a buffalo outside one of the tents. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In the afternoon, we caught up with a pride of 17 lions hunting buffalo. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'buffalo'
British English: buffalo /ˈbʌfəˌləʊ/ NOUN
A buffalo is a wild animal like a large cow with long curved horns.
- American English: buffalo
- Arabic: جاموسَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: búfalo
- Chinese: 水牛
- Croatian: bivol
- Czech: buvol
- Danish: bøffel
- Dutch: bizon
- European Spanish: búfalo
- Finnish: puhveli
- French: buffle
- German: Büffel
- Greek: βούβαλος
- Italian: bufalo
- Japanese: 水牛
- Korean: 버팔로
- Norwegian: bøffel
- Polish: bawół
- European Portuguese: búfalo
- Romanian: bizon
- Russian: бизон
- Spanish: búfalo
- Swedish: buffel
- Thai: กระบือ
- Turkish: bufalo
- Ukrainian: буйвіл
- Vietnamese: con trâu
Definition of buffalo from the Collins English Dictionary
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