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You can ride a donkey to the top but the cable car is more comfortable and far less scary. The Sun (2016)She will need them for her horse and two donkeys. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Some argue the men who died in horrific conditions were lions lead by donkeys. The Sun (2009)Why on earth did he ride a donkey? The Sun (2012)The press called it a donkey jacket and he was accused of a lack of respect. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Perhaps the solution is a donkey jacket. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Are you experiencing an unaccountable desire for a donkey ride? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Had miners really worn our badges on their donkey jackets? Times, Sunday Times (2014)He sees neglected horses and donkeys struggling with heavy loads in ancient souks and helps treat injured animals. The Sun (2006) Wild donkeys browse off the road. Times, Sunday Times (2009)His life revolves around his work, his donkey and his girlfriend. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The existing signs have served perfectly well for donkeys' years. The Sun (2012)But she refused to do the donkey work, staying calm while munching on a carrot. The Sun (2010)Many of the sweet counter classics have been knocking around for donkey's years. The Sun (2012) Wild goats and donkeys replace the cars on sleepy, scorching roads. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It can be fatal in horses, donkeys and mules. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He seems to have been around for donkey's years. The Sun (2006)You want people to think you slipped into a donkey jacket and bought a Passat. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You'll end up doing more than your fair share of the donkey work while they sit back. The Sun (2015)You work like a donkey on the pitch, you get knocked around and it feels like people are just not watching. The Sun (2013)It happened four years ago, one summer day when the villagers saw a little man coming down the mountain leading a donkey. Tepper, Sheri S. A Plague of Angels (1993)But now it is claimed donkey and horse DNA were accidentally mixed up in the lab. The Sun (2010)After a while, we progress from heavily armed cats to other animals, usually donkeys and kangaroos. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

Sinônimos de donkey

ass, mule, jackass, neddy

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male animals, female animals, Horses, rhinos and other perissodactyls

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Traduções de donkey

Inglês Britânico: donkey /ˈdɒŋkɪ/ NOUN
A donkey is an animal like a small horse with long ears.
  • Inglês Americano: donkey
  • Árabe: حِمار
  • Português Brasileiro: jumento
  • Chinês: 毛驴
  • Croata: magarac
  • Tcheco: osel
  • Dinamarquês: æsel
  • Holandês: ezel
  • Espanhol Europeu: burro
  • Finlandês: aasi
  • Francês: âne
  • Alemão: Esel
  • Grego: γάιδαρος
  • Italiano: asino
  • Japonês: ロバ
  • Coreano: 당나귀
  • Norueguês: esel
  • Polonês: osioł
  • Português Europeu: burro
  • Romeno: măgar
  • Russo: осел
  • Espanhol: burro
  • Sueco: åsna
  • Tailandês: ลา
  • Turco: eşek
  • Ucraniano: осел
  • Vietnamita: con lừa

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