Definition of 'polar bear'
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Their polar bear counterpart appears wolf like. Smithsonian Mag (2017)It shows two polar bears and evokes ideas of love and sustainability. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That it's kinder to fluffy polar bears. The Sun (2016)Maybe polar bears were watching us, maybe not. Times, Sunday Times (2016)THIS hungry polar bear got more slush puppies than she bargained for when she went foraging for a snack. The Sun (2016)Polar bears; thousands of them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's a place where polar bears outnumber people and the snowmobile tracks could be better, frankly. Times, Sunday Times (2016)IMAGES of polar bears stranded on melting ice islands have touched your hearts. The Sun (2007)Sheffield IT saddened me to see the pictures of the stranded polar bears. The Sun (2007)The polar bears and known unknowns are faintly reminiscent of Lost, but without the sunburn. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If you see polar bears walking around, that means they're hungry and looking for food. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She thinks we shouldn't have them any more, because of the impact on those polar bears. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Polar bears as well. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'polar bear'
British English: polar bear /ˈpəʊlə bɛə/ NOUN
A polar bear is a large white bear which is found near the North Pole.
- American English: polar bear
- Arabic: الدُّبُ القُطْبِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: urso polar
- Chinese: 北极熊
- Croatian: polarni medvjed
- Czech: lední medvěd
- Danish: isbjørn
- Dutch: poolbeer
- European Spanish: oso polar
- Finnish: jääkarhu
- French: ours polaire
- German: Eisbär
- Greek: πολική αρκούδα
- Italian: orso polare
- Japanese: 北極グマ
- Korean: 북극곰
- Norwegian: isbjørn
- Polish: niedźwiedź polarny
- European Portuguese: urso polar
- Romanian: urs polar
- Russian: полярный медведь
- Spanish: oso polar
- Swedish: isbjörn
- Thai: หมีขั้วโลก
- Turkish: kutup ayısı
- Ukrainian: полярний ведмідь
- Vietnamese: gấu bắc cực
Definition of polar bear from the Collins English Dictionary
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