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beetle

noun /ˈbiːtl/
an insect with four wings
escarabajo, coleóptero
Trees produce some natural defenses against bark beetles, such as resin.
Translations of “beetle”
in Korean 딱정벌레…
in Arabic خُنْفُساء…
in French coléoptère…
in Italian scarabeo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 甲蟲…
in Russian жук…
in Turkish çoğunlukla sert parlak ve siyah kabuksu vücudu olan bir böcek…
in Polish żuk, chrząszcz…
in Portuguese besouro…
in German der Käfer…
in Catalan escarabat…
in Japanese 甲虫(カブトムシやクワガタムシなど)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 甲虫…
(Definition of beetle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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