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web

noun /web/
a type of trap for flies etc made of fine silk threads, spun by a spider etc
tela, tejido
a spider’s web.
the skin between the toes of a waterfowl.
membrana interdigital
webbed adjective (of ducks’ etc feet) joined between the toes by a web.
palmeado
webbing noun a tough woven fabric used in making belts, straps, upholstery etc.
cinchas
web browser noun (computing) a software program that allows users to find and look at documents on the Internet.
explorador de internet, navegador de internet
webcam noun (computing) a video camera connected to a computer that allows its images to be seen in real time over the Internet
webcam, cámara para internet
Webcams are easy to install and straightforward to use.
web-footed adjective ( web-toed) having webbed feet.
palmípedo
web page noun (computing) a page or document that is usually part of a website and is connected to the World Wide Web.
página de internet, página web
website noun see site.
Página web
World Wide Web noun see WWW.
Translations of “web”
in Korean 거미줄…
in Arabic شَبَكة…
in French toile, palmure…
in Italian ragnatela…
in Chinese (Traditional) 網, (蜘蛛)網…
in Russian паутина…
in Turkish örümcek ağı…
in Polish pajęczyna…
in Portuguese teia (de aranha)…
in German das Netz, die Schwimmhaut…
in Catalan teranyina…
in Japanese クモの巣…
in Chinese (Simplified) 网, (蜘蛛)网…
(Definition of web from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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