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ant

noun   /ænt/
B1 a small insect that lives in groups in the ground hormiga
(Definition of ant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ant

noun /ӕnt/
a type of small insect, related to bees, wasps etc, thought of as hard-working hormiga a nest of ants.
anteater noun
any of several toothless animals with long snouts, that feed on ants. hormiguero
anthill noun
a mound of earth built as a nest by ants hormiguero Much of the ground was covered in anthills.
(Definition of ant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “ant”
in Korean 개미…
in Arabic نَمْلة…
in Malaysian semut…
in French fourmi…
in Russian муравей…
in Chinese (Traditional) 螞蟻…
in Italian formica…
in Turkish karınca…
in Polish mrówka…
in Vietnamese con kiến…
in Portuguese formiga…
in Thai มด…
in German die Ameise…
in Catalan formiga…
in Japanese (虫)アリ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蚂蚁…
in Indonesian semut…
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