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Spanish translation of “sting”

sting

noun /stiŋ/
a part of some plants, insects etc, eg nettles and wasps, that can prick and inject an irritating or poisonous fluid into the wound.
aguijón
an act of piercing with this part
picadura
Some spiders give a poisonous sting.
the wound, swelling, or pain caused by this
picadura
You can soothe a wasp sting by putting vinegar on it.
(Definition of sting from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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