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  1. sheep, (Ovis aries), species of domesticated ruminant (cud-chewing) mammal, raised for its meat, milk, and wool. The sheep is usually stockier than its relative the goat (genus Capra); its horns, when present, are more divergent; it has scent glands in its face and hind feet; and the males lack the beards of goats. Sheep usually have short tails.

  2. sheep. noun [ C ] uk / ʃiːp/ us / ʃiːp/. plural sheep. A1. a farm animal with thick wool that eats grass and is kept for its wool, skin, and meat. oveja. The farmer has several large flocks (= groups) of long-haired sheep. El ganadero tiene varios rebaños grandes de ovejas de pelo largo.

  3. Contrary to popular belief, sheep are extremely intelligent animals capable of problem solving. They are considered to have a similar IQ level to cattle and are nearly as clever as pigs. Like various other species including humans, sheep make different vocalisations to communicate different emotions.

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    Sheep can recognize individual human and ovine faces and remember them for years; they can remember 50 other different sheep faces for over two years; they can recognize and are attracted to individual sheep and humans by their faces, as they possess similar specialized neural systems in the temporal and frontal lobes of their brains to humans and have a greater involvement of the right brain hemisphere.

  5. noun [ C ] uk / ʃiːp / us / ʃiːp / plural sheep. A1. a farm animal with thick wool that eats grass and is kept for its wool, skin, and meat: The farmer has several large flocks (= groups) of long-haired sheep. We heard sheep bleating /baaing in the field. Digital Zoo/Photodisc/GettyImages.

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