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Translation of "specimen" - English-Spanish dictionary

specimen

noun   /ˈspes·ə·mɪn/
an animal, plant, etc. used as an example of its type, especially for scientific study espécimen This is one of the museum’s finest specimens.
(Definition of specimen from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

specimen

noun /ˈspesimin/
something used as a sample (of a group or kind of something, especially an object to be studied or to be put in a collection) espécimen, muestra We looked at specimens of different types of rock under the microscope.
(Definition of specimen from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “specimen”
in Korean 샘플, 견본…
in Arabic عَيّنة, نَموذَج…
in Malaysian spesimen…
in French spécimen…
in Russian образец, экземпляр…
in Chinese (Traditional) 樣品, 標本, 樣本…
in Italian esemplare, campione…
in Turkish örnek, numune, göstermelik…
in Polish okaz, próbka…
in Vietnamese mẫu, mẫu vật…
in Portuguese espécime, exemplar…
in Thai ตัวอย่าง…
in German das Exemplar…
in Catalan espècimen…
in Japanese 見本, 標本…
in Chinese (Simplified) 样品, 标本, 样本…
in Indonesian contoh…
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