English translation of 'Wolf'
masculine nounWord forms: Wolf(e)s genitive , Wölfe [ˈvœlfə ] plural
ein Wolf im Schafspelz a wolf in sheep’s clothing
2. (technical) shredder
(= Fleischwolf) mincer (Brit) ⧫ grinder (US)
Fleisch durch den Wolf drehen to mince meat (Brit) ⧫ to grind meat (US)
3. (medicine) intertrigo no art (Tech)
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Ein Fährmann bekommt den Auftrag, sieben Schafe und einen Wolf wohlbehalten zum anderen Flußufer zu schaffen.Paarungen
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'Wolf' in Other Languages
British English: wolf /wʊlf/ NOUN
A wolf is a wild animal that looks like a large dog.
- American English: wolf
- Arabic: ذِئْب
- Brazilian Portuguese: lobo
- Chinese: 狼
- Croatian: vuk
- Czech: vlk
- Danish: ulv
- Dutch: wolf
- European Spanish: lobo
- Finnish: susi
- French: loup
- German: Wolf
- Greek: λύκος
- Italian: lupo
- Japanese: オオカミ
- Korean: 늑대
- Norwegian: ulv
- Polish: wilk
- European Portuguese: lobo
- Romanian: lup
- Russian: волк
- Latin American Spanish: lobo
- Swedish: varg
- Thai: สุนัขป่า
- Turkish: kurt
- Ukrainian: вовк
- Vietnamese: chó sói
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