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buffalobuf‧fa‧lo /ˈbʌfələʊ $ -loʊ/ noun (plural buffaloes or buffalo) [countable]  1 HBAan African animal similar to a large cow with long curved horns water buffalo2 HBAa bison
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buffaloThey can also catch kinds of prey that they could not catch by themselves, such as buffalo.Coat buffalo steaks with oil and season to taste with salt and pepper.Grazing buffalo knocked over the satellite dish, so a bamboo fence has had to be built around it.I am out here alone, unprotected, only a thin piece of plastic-canvas away from lions, buffalo, leopards and hyena.It is illustrated with drawings of buffalo, giraffe, warthog and camp scenes, and describes a rhino hunt.Despite its size, the buffalo is a very fast animal and can run up to thirty-five miles per hour.When the buffalo were slaughtered, they lay so thick on the ground that you could walk for miles on the bodies.We ate raclette and gelato and haggis and reindeer and zebra and water buffalo.
BuffaloBuffalo  a port at the northeast end of Lake Erie near Niagara Falls in the state of New York, in the US
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