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Translation of "mussel" - English-Spanish dictionary

mussel

noun   /ˈmʌs·əl/
a small sea creature that has a black shell in two parts and that can be eaten mejillón
(Definition of mussel from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mussel

noun /ˈmasl/
a variety of edible shellfish with a shell in two parts. mejillón
(Definition of mussel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “mussel”
in Korean 홍합…
in Arabic بَلح البَحر…
in Malaysian siput sudu…
in French moule…
in Russian мидия…
in Chinese (Traditional) 貽貝,淡菜,蚌…
in Italian cozza…
in Turkish midye…
in Polish małż (jadalny)…
in Vietnamese con trai…
in Portuguese mexilhão…
in Thai หอยจำพวกหอยแมลงภู่…
in German die Muschel…
in Catalan musclo…
in Japanese イガイ, ムール貝…
in Chinese (Simplified) 贻贝,淡菜…
in Indonesian kerang…
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