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fungus

noun   /ˈfʌŋ·ɡəs/ ( plural fungi /ˈfʌŋ·ɡaɪ/)
a type of plant without leaves that gets its food from other living or dead things hongo
(Definition of fungus from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fungus

noun /ˈfaŋɡəs/ ( plural fungi /-ɡai/, or funguses)
any of several kinds of soft spongy plants without any leaves or green part hongo A mushroom is one type of fungus That tree has a fungus growing on it.
fungicide /-dʒisaid/ noun
a substance used to kill fungus. fungicida
(Definition of fungus from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “fungus”
in Korean 곰팡이…
in Arabic فِطْر…
in Malaysian kulat…
in French champignon…
in Russian гриб, грибок…
in Chinese (Traditional) 真菌, 真菌類植物…
in Italian fungo…
in Turkish mantar…
in Polish grzyb…
in Vietnamese nấm…
in Portuguese fungo…
in Thai เชื้อรา…
in German der Pilz…
in Catalan fong…
in Japanese キノコ, カビ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 真菌, 真菌类植物…
in Indonesian jamur…
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