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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

A large burrowing rodent.

Usage examples (36)
  • We saw a marmot on the side of the mountain munching on some wildflowers.
  • A crane, for example, shot by Fritz, and an animal which they called a marmot, but which to me seemed much more like a badger.
  • Salut, marmotte = Hello, marmot (a marmot is a furry rodent thathibernates) le début de l'après-midi = beginning of the afternoon
  • The Vancouver Island marmot is a uniquely Canadian species, found only on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. for more
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