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gill

noun /ɡil/
(biology) one of the openings on the side of a fish’s head through which it breathes.
branquia, agalla
(biology) a leaf-like structure on the lower side of the top of a mushroom.
lamela
gill cover noun (biology) a fold of skin protecting the gills.
opérculo
Translations of “gill”
in Arabic خَيْشوم…
in Korean 아가미…
in Malaysian insang, liang…
in French ouïes (pl.), lamelle…
in Turkish solungaç…
in Italian branchia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 魚, (魚等水生動物的)鰓…
in Russian жабра…
in Polish skrzela…
in Vietnamese mang (cá), lá tia (ở mũ nấm)…
in Portuguese guelra, brânquia…
in Thai เหงือกปลา, จีบเห็ด…
in German die Kieme, die Lamelle…
in Catalan brànquia…
in Japanese (魚の)えら…
in Indonesian insang, bagian bawah dari jamur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鱼, (鱼等水生动物的)鳃…
(Definition of gill from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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