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English translation of 'zampa'



feminine noun

    1. (di animale) leg
      1. (con artigli) paw
    2. (di elefante, uccello) foot
    pantaloni a zampa d'elefante bell-bottom trousers, bell-bottoms (più larghi) flares
    camminare a quattro zampe to go on all fours
    giù le zampe! (informal) paws off!

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'zampa' in Other Languages

British English: paw /pɔː/ NOUN
The paws of an animal such as a cat, dog, or bear are its feet.
The kitten was black with white front paws.
  • American English: paw
  • Arabic: كَفُّ الْـحَيَوَانِ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: pata animal
  • Chinese:
  • Croatian: šapa
  • Czech: tlapa
  • Danish: pote
  • Dutch: klauw
  • European Spanish: zarpa
  • Finnish: käpälä
  • French: patte
  • German: Pfote
  • Greek: πατούσα
  • Italian: zampa
  • Japanese: 動物の足
  • Korean: 동물의 발
  • Norwegian: pote
  • Polish: łapa
  • European Portuguese: pata animal
  • Romanian: labă
  • Russian: лапа
  • Spanish: pata pie y pierna de los animales
  • Swedish: tass
  • Thai: อุ้งเท้า
  • Turkish: pençe
  • Ukrainian: лапа
  • Vietnamese: chân động vật


Translation of zampa from the Collins Italian to English
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