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reptile

noun   /ˈrep·taɪl/
an animal whose body is covered with scales (= pieces of hard skin), and whose blood changes temperature, for example a snake reptil
(Definition of reptile from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

reptile

noun /ˈreptail/
any of the group of cold-blooded animals to which snakes, lizards, crocodiles etc belong. reptil
reptilian /-ˈti-/ adjective
de los reptiles
(Definition of reptile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “reptile”
in Korean 파충류…
in Arabic حَيوان زاحِف…
in Malaysian reptilia…
in French reptile…
in Russian пресмыкающееся…
in Chinese (Traditional) 爬行動物…
in Italian rettile…
in Turkish sürüngen…
in Polish gad…
in Vietnamese loài bò sát…
in Portuguese réptil…
in Thai สัตว์เลื้อยคลาน…
in German das Reptil…
in Catalan rèptil…
in Japanese は虫類…
in Chinese (Simplified) 爬行动物…
in Indonesian reptil…
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