mosquito


mosquito
m.
mosquito.
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mosquito
nombre masculino
1 mosquito
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SM [gen] mosquito; [pequeño] gnat
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masculino mosquito
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= mosquito [mosquitoes -pl.].
Ex. But there are signs of a change as new and powerful instrumentalities come into use, such as thermionic tubes capable of controlling potent forces under the guidance of less power than a mosquito uses to vibrate his wings.
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* mosquito de la malaria = malarial mosquito.
* mosquito del paludismo = malarial mosquito.
* mosquito pequeño = midge.
* nube de mosquitos = mosquito cloud, cloud of mosquitoes.
* picadura de mosquito = mosquito bite.
* repelente de mosquitos = mosquito repellent.
* * *
masculino mosquito
* * *
= mosquito [mosquitoes -pl.].

Ex: But there are signs of a change as new and powerful instrumentalities come into use, such as thermionic tubes capable of controlling potent forces under the guidance of less power than a mosquito uses to vibrate his wings.

* mosquito de la malaria = malarial mosquito.
* mosquito del paludismo = malarial mosquito.
* mosquito pequeño = midge.
* nube de mosquitos = mosquito cloud, cloud of mosquitoes.
* picadura de mosquito = mosquito bite.
* repelente de mosquitos = mosquito repellent.

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mosquito
masculine
mosquito
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mosquito sustantivo masculino
mosquito
mosquito sustantivo masculino mosquito
'mosquito' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
mosquitero
- picar
- trompa
- zancuda
- zancudo
- jején
- picadura
English:
gnat
- midge
- mosquito
- sting
- bite
* * *
mosquito nm
mosquito;
[pequeño] midge, gnat
Comp
mosquito anófeles anopheles mosquito
* * *
mosquito
m mosquito
* * *
mosquito nm
zancudo: mosquito
* * *
mosquito n mosquito [pl. mosquitos o mosquitoes]

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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