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cobwebnoun [C usually pl]

 us   /ˈkɑbˌweb/
a structure of thin, sticky threads made by a spider (= small creature with eight legs), esp. when the threads are covered with dust: Cobwebs hung down from the rafters.
Translations of “cobweb”
in Arabic شَبَكة العَنْكَبوت…
in Korean 거미집…
in Malaysian sarang labah-labah…
in French toile d’araignée…
in Turkish örümcek ağı…
in Italian ragnatela…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蜘蛛網…
in Russian паутина…
in Polish pajęczyna…
in Vietnamese mạng nhện…
in Spanish telaraña…
in Portuguese teia (de aranha)…
in Thai ใยแมงมุม…
in German das Spinngewebe…
in Catalan teranyina…
in Japanese クモの巣…
in Indonesian sarang labah-labah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蜘蛛网…
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