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dragonfly

noun   /ˈdræɡ·ən·flaɪ/ ( plural dragonflies)
an insect with long wings and a thin, colourful body, often seen flying near water libélula
(Definition of dragonfly from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dragonfly

noun /ˈdrӕɡənflai/ ( plural dragonflies)
a kind of insect with a long body and double wings. libélula
(Definition of dragonfly from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dragonfly”
in Korean 잠자리…
in Arabic يَعْسوب…
in Malaysian pepatung…
in French libellule…
in Russian стрекоза…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蜻蜓…
in Italian libellula…
in Turkish yusufçuk…
in Polish ważka…
in Vietnamese con chuồn chuồn…
in Portuguese libélula…
in Thai แมลงปอ…
in German die Libelle…
in Catalan libèl·lula…
in Japanese トンボ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蜻蜓…
in Indonesian capung…
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