cowpat


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cowpat

(ˈkaʊˌpæt)
n
(Agriculture) a single dropping of cow dung
Translations

cowpat

[ˈkaʊpæt] Nmierda f de vaca, boñiga f

cowpat

cow pat [ˈkaʊpæt] nbouse f de vache
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