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Translation of "cocoon" - English-Spanish dictionary

cocoon

noun   /kəˈkuːn/
the covering made of soft, smooth threads that surrounds and protects particular insects during the pupa stage as they develop into adult form capullo 507501
(Definition of cocoon from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cocoon

noun /kəˈkuːn/
a silk covering spun by many insect larvae, and in which they live while turning into butterflies capullo Butterflies typically emerge from the cocoon early in the morning.
(Definition of cocoon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “cocoon”
in Vietnamese cái kén…
in Malaysian kokun…
in Thai รังไหมดิบ…
in French cocon…
in German der Kokon…
in Chinese (Simplified) 覆盖物, 茧, 卵袋…
in Turkish koza, böcek kozası…
in Russian кокон…
in Indonesian kepompong…
in Chinese (Traditional) 覆蓋物, 繭, 卵袋…
in Polish kokon…
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