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flea

noun   /fliː/
a small, jumping insect that lives on animals or people and drinks their blood pulga
(Definition of flea from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

flea

noun /fliː/
a type of small blood-sucking insect that jumps instead of flying and lives on the bodies of animals or people pulga a feal-infested room.
flea market noun
an open-air market that sells cheap, old or used articles. rastro
(Definition of flea from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “flea”
in Korean 벼룩…
in Arabic بَرْغوث…
in Malaysian kutu…
in French puce…
in Russian блоха…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蚤,跳蚤…
in Italian pulce…
in Turkish bit…
in Polish pchła…
in Vietnamese bọ chét…
in Portuguese pulga…
in Thai หมัด…
in German der Floh…
in Catalan puça…
in Japanese ノミ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蚤,跳蚤…
in Indonesian kutu…
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