Definition of 'poodle'
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Example sentences containing 'poodle'
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But there was no French poodle over the other side of the net yesterday. The Sun (2008)When he came back from the country on weekends, his little white poodle would run down the stairs and leap into his arms. WALKING THE BIBLE (2001)Q What could be making our young standard poodle lame? Times, Sunday Times (2009)The mountainous Welles presides over a corner table in the company of his miniature poodle Kiki. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The miniature poodle hasn't had a hit for 25 years. The Sun (2010)
Trends of 'poodle'
Used Occasionally. poodle is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'poodle'
British English: poodle /ˈpuːdl/ NOUN
A poodle is a type of dog with thick curly hair.
- American English: poodle
- Arabic: كَلْبُ البُودِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: poodle
- Chinese: 狮子狗
- Croatian: pudlica
- Czech: pudl
- Danish: puddel
- Dutch: poedel
- European Spanish: caniche
- Finnish: villakoira
- French: caniche
- German: Pudel
- Greek: κανίς
- Italian: barboncino
- Japanese: プードル
- Korean: 푸들
- Norwegian: puddel
- Polish: pudel
- European Portuguese: caniche
- Romanian: pudel
- Russian: пудель
- Spanish: caniche
- Swedish: pudel
- Thai: สุนัขพันธุ์พุดเดิ้ล
- Turkish: kaniş
- Ukrainian: пудель
- Vietnamese: chó lông xù
Definition of poodle from the Collins English Dictionary
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