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prickle

noun /ˈprikl/
a sharp point growing on a plant or animal púa, pincho, espina A hedgehog is covered with prickles. a feeling of being pricked pinchazo a prickle of fear. prickly adjective ( comparative pricklier, superlative prickliest) covered with prickles espinoso; con púas Holly is a prickly plant. pricking; stinging pruriginoso, que pica a prickly rash. prickliness noun picazón; cualidad de espinoso
(Definition of prickle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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