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mosquito

noun /məˈskiːtou/ ( plural mosquitoes, mosquitos)
any of several types of small insect, which suck blood from animals and people and in this way transmit diseases such as malaria
mosquito
(also adjective) a mosquito bite a mosquito net.
Translations of “mosquito”
in Arabic بَعوضة…
in Korean 모기…
in Malaysian nyamuk…
in French moustique…
in Turkish sivrisinek…
in Italian zanzara…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蚊…
in Russian комар…
in Polish komar, moskit…
in Vietnamese con muỗi…
in Portuguese mosquito, pernilongo…
in Thai ยุง…
in German das Moskito…
in Catalan mosquit…
in Japanese 蚊(カ)…
in Indonesian nyamuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蚊…
(Definition of mosquito from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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