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Translation of "snail" - English-Spanish dictionary

snail

noun /sneil/
a kind of soft-bodied small crawling animal with a coiled shell caracol Snails leave a silvery trail as they move along. at a snail’s pace very slowly a paso de tortuga The old man walked along at a snail’s pace.
Translations of “snail”
in Arabic حَلَزون…
in Korean 달팽이…
in Malaysian siput…
in French escargot…
in Turkish salyangoz…
in Italian chiocciola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蝸牛…
in Russian улитка…
in Polish ślimak…
in Vietnamese con ốc sên…
in Portuguese caracol…
in Thai หอยทาก…
in German die Schnecke…
in Catalan caragol…
in Japanese カタツムリ…
in Indonesian siput…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蜗牛…
(Definition of snail from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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