English translation of 'espantalho'
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'espantalho' in Other Languages
British English: scarecrow /ˈskɛəˌkrəʊ/ NOUN
A scarecrow is an object in the shape of a person, which is put in a field where crops are growing in order to frighten birds away.
- American English: scarecrow
- Arabic: فَزَّاعَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: espantalho
- Chinese: 草人
- Croatian: strašilo
- Czech: strašák do zelí
- Danish: fugleskræmsel
- Dutch: vogelverschrikker
- European Spanish: espantapájaros
- Finnish: linnunpelätin
- French: épouvantail
- German: Vogelscheuche
- Greek: σκιάχτρο
- Italian: spaventapasseri
- Japanese: かかし
- Korean: 허수아비
- Norwegian: fugleskremsel
- Polish: strach na wróble
- European Portuguese: espantalho
- Romanian: sperietoare de ciori
- Russian: пугало
- Spanish: espantapájaros
- Swedish: fågelskrämma
- Thai: หุ่นไล่กา
- Turkish: korkuluk
- Ukrainian: опудало
- Vietnamese: bù nhìn
Translation of espantalho from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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