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Translation of "snake" - English-Spanish dictionary

snake

noun /sneik/
any of a group of legless reptiles with long bodies that move along on the ground with a twisting movement, many of which have a poisonous bite serpiente He was bitten by a snake and nearly died.
snake-bite noun
the wound resulting from the bite of a snake mordedura de serpiente What is the best treatment for (a) snake-bite?
snake-charmer noun
a person who can handle snakes and make them perform rhythmical movements. encantador de serpientes
Translations of “snake”
in Arabic أفْعى, ثُعْبان…
in Korean 뱀…
in Malaysian ular…
in French serpent…
in Turkish yılan…
in Italian serpente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蛇…
in Russian змея…
in Polish wąż…
in Vietnamese con rắn…
in Portuguese cobra…
in Thai งู…
in German die Schlange…
in Catalan serp…
in Japanese ヘビ…
in Indonesian ular…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蛇…
(Definition of snake from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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