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Translation of "moss" - English-Spanish dictionary

moss

noun   /mɒs/
a very small, green plant that grows on the surface of rocks, trees, etc. musgo
(Definition of moss from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

moss

noun /mos/
(any variety of) a type of small flowerless plant, found in damp places, forming a soft green covering on tree trunks etc musgo The bank of the river was covered in moss.
mossy adjective
musgoso, cubierto de musgo
(Definition of moss from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “moss”
in Korean 이끼…
in Arabic طُحْلُب…
in Malaysian lumut…
in French mousse…
in Russian мох…
in Chinese (Traditional) 苔蘚…
in Italian muschio…
in Turkish yosun…
in Polish mech…
in Vietnamese rêu…
in Portuguese musgo…
in Thai พืชตะไคร่น้ำ…
in German das Moos…
in Catalan molsa…
in Japanese 苔(コケ)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 苔藓…
in Indonesian lumut…
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