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leechnoun [C]

 us   /litʃ/
a ​fatworm that ​lives in ​wetplaces and ​fastens itself onto the ​bodies of humans and ​animals to ​sucktheirblood
disapproving A leech is also a ​person who gets ​money or ​support from someone, giving little or nothing in ​return.
(Definition of leech from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “leech”
en español sanguijuela…
in Vietnamese con đỉa…
in Malaysian pacat…
in Thai ปลิง…
en francés sangsue…
en alemán der Blutegel…
en chino (simplificado) 水蛭,蚂蟥, (指人)吸血鬼,寄生虫…
in Indonesian lintah…
en chino (tradicionál) 水蛭,螞蟥, (指人)吸血鬼,寄生蟲…
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