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Spanish translation of “tentacle”

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tentacle

noun /ˈtentəkl/
a long, thin, flexible arm-like or horn-like part of an animal, used to feel, grasp etc
tentáculo
An octopus has eight tentacles.
Translations of “tentacle”
in French tentacule…
in German der Tentakel…
in Chinese (Traditional) (海洋動物的)觸手,觸角…
in Russian щупальце…
in Turkish deniz hayvanı kolu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (海洋动物的)触手,触角…
in Polish macka…
(Definition of tentacle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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