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mollusc

noun ( US also mollusk)   /ˈmɒl·əsk/
any animal that has a soft body, no spine, and is often covered with a shell. Many molluscs live in water. molusco Oysters and snails are molluscs.
(Definition of mollusc from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mollusc

noun /ˈmoləsk/
a type of sea or land animal that has a soft body and is usually covered by a hard shell, for example a snail, slug, octopus, or shellfish. molusco
(Definition of mollusc from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “mollusc”
in Arabic الرخَوِيّات…
in Korean 연체 동물…
in Portuguese molusco…
in Catalan mol·lusc…
in Japanese 軟体動物…
in Chinese (Simplified) 软体动物…
in Chinese (Traditional) 軟體動物…
in Italian mollusco…
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