a small animal covered in fur with rounded ears, short legs, và no tail, often kept as a pet by children
 

Want khổng lồ learn more?

Improve your vocabulary with English Vocabulary in Use from nasaconstellation.com.

Bạn đang xem: Guinea pig là gì

Learn the words you need lớn communicate with confidence.


a small, furry animal with rounded ears, short legs, và no tail, often kept as a pet & for use in scientific experiments
fig. A guinea pig is also a person used in a test, esp. One to lớn discover how effective a new drug or process is:
Her own son accused her of having used him as a guinea pig to test her theories about the education of children.

Xem thêm: "Ngỡ Ngàng" Vẻ Đẹp Công Viên Vinhomes Central Park: Review Vui Chơi Từ A L Park


*

a type of painting or drawing of an arrangement of objects that do not move, such as flowers, fruit, bowls, etc.

About this
*

*

*

About About Accessibility nasaconstellation.com English nasaconstellation.com University Press Consent Management Cookies and Privacy Corpus Terms of Use
/displayLoginPopup #displayClassicSurvey /displayClassicSurvey #notifications message #secondaryButtonUrl secondaryButtonLabel /secondaryButtonUrl #dismissable closeMessage /dismissable /notifications
*

English (UK) English (US) Español Español (Latinoamérica) Русский Português Deutsch Français Italiano 中文 (简体) 正體中文 (繁體) Polski 한국어 Türkçe 日本語 giờ Việt
English–French French–English English–German German–English English–Indonesian Indonesian–English English–Italian Italian–English English–Japanese Japanese–English English–Polish Polish–English English–Portuguese Portuguese–English English–Spanish Spanish–English
Dutch–English English–Arabic English–Catalan English–Chinese (Simplified) English–Chinese (Traditional) English–Czech English–Danish English–Korean English–Malay English–Norwegian English–Russian English–Thai English–Turkish English–Vietnamese
English (US) Español Español (Latinoamérica) Русский Português Deutsch Français Italiano 中文 (简体) 正體中文 (繁體) Polski 한국어 Türkçe 日本語 tiếng Việt
#verifyErrors

message