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Translation of "caterpillar" - English-Spanish dictionary

caterpillar

noun   /ˈkæt·ə·pɪl·ər/
a small, long animal with many legs that eats leaves oruga
(Definition of caterpillar from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

caterpillar

noun /ˈkӕtəpilə/
the larva of a butterfly or moth that feeds upon the leaves of plants oruga There’s a caterpillar on this lettuce.
(Definition of caterpillar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “caterpillar”
in Korean 애벌레…
in Arabic دُّوْدة يَرَقِيّة…
in Malaysian ulat bulu…
in French chenille…
in Russian гусеница…
in Chinese (Traditional) 毛蟲,蠋(蝴蝶或飛蛾的幼蟲)…
in Italian bruco…
in Turkish tırtıl…
in Polish gąsienica…
in Vietnamese sâu bướm…
in Portuguese lagarta…
in Thai หนอนผีเสื้อ…
in German die Raupe…
in Catalan eruga…
in Japanese イモムシ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 毛虫,蠋(蝴蝶或飞蛾的幼虫)…
in Indonesian ulat…
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