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His face slowly changed into the shape of a dragon spitting flames of fire at her. ROSES ARE FOR THE RICHDown in the great hall the gwerbret was pacing, leaning hard on his stick, back and forth by the dragon hearth. A TIME OF WAR
The dragon that landed beside him was a little smaller, her scales more green than coppery, her features more delicate. MEDALON (2001)
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Translations for 'dragon'
British English: dragon /ˈdræɡən/ NOUN
In stories and legends, a dragon is an animal like a big lizard. It has wings and claws, and breathes out fire.
- American English: dragon
- Arabic: تَنِّيـن
- Brazilian Portuguese: dragão
- Chinese: 龙
- Croatian: zmaj
- Czech: drak
- Danish: drage fabeldyr
- Dutch: draak
- European Spanish: dragón
- Finnish: lohikäärme
- French: dragon
- German: Drache
- Greek: δράκος
- Italian: drago
- Japanese: 竜
- Korean: 용
- Norwegian: drage fabeldyr
- Polish: smok
- European Portuguese: dragão
- Romanian: dragon
- Russian: дракон
- Latin American Spanish: dragón
- Swedish: drake
- Thai: มังกร
- Turkish: ejderha
- Ukrainian: дракон
- Vietnamese: con rồng
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