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Translation of "insect" - English-Spanish dictionary

insect

noun   /ˈɪn·sekt/
A2 a small creature with six legs, for example a bee or a fly insecto
(Definition of insect from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

insect

noun /ˈinsekt/
any of many kinds of small six-legged creatures with wings and a body divided into sections insecto flies, wasps and other insects.
insecticide /inˈsektisaid/ noun
a substance (usually in powder or liquid form) for killing insects. insecticida
insectivorous /-ˈtivərəs/ adjective
(biology) (of plants or animals) feeding (mainly) on insects. insectívoro
insect repellent noun
a chemical preparation that repels insects. repelente de insectos
(Definition of insect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “insect”
in Korean 곤충…
in Arabic حَشَرة…
in Malaysian serangga…
in French insecte…
in Russian насекомое…
in Chinese (Traditional) 昆蟲…
in Italian insetto…
in Turkish böcek…
in Polish owad…
in Vietnamese côn trùng…
in Portuguese inseto…
in Thai แมลง…
in German das Insekt…
in Catalan insecte…
in Japanese 昆虫…
in Chinese (Simplified) 昆虫…
in Indonesian serangga…
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