What Is the Plural of Deer?

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Deer is a word that is used as a noun and its singular is identical to its plural. It is regarded as a regular noun by some linguists. However, the plural deers is listed in some dictionaries.
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The plural form of deer is. deer. Deer. It is a singular and pural that word.
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Deer refers to a single deer or multiple deer. Deers is occasionall...
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Some nouns don't change at all when they become plural. These include deer, fish, sheep, and species.
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One beef, two beef - I don't think so darling. One beer, two beers. You are correct about deer and fish however. And sheep had you of mentioned them.
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