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Results for: tropical biting flyTranslations 1 - 30 of 358
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tropical biting flysand fly
(Botany) pineapple, type of tropical plant having large fleshy fruit and sharp leaves; fruit of this plantananas
(Botany) type of shrub of the mint family found in Asia; extract from the oil of this plant, aromatic oil, pachouli, tropical Asian shrubpatchouli
(Botany) type of tree found in tropical and subtropical America; fruit of this tree, papaya, papaw, pertaining to the pawpaw tree; of or pertaining to the fruit of this treepawpaw
, house, cottage, small one story house, lightweight tropical house, single-story housebungalow
aardvark, any of a number of tropical American mammals which eat ants, echidna, pangolin, tropical mammal that feeds on antsanteater
able to eat away, able to cause corrosion; destructive, causing deterioration; sarcastic, biting, caustic, destroying gradually, destructive substance, progressively destructive, substance which has the power to corrode (i.e. acid or drug), very sarcasticcorrosive
abutilon, Indian mallow, tropical plantflowering maple
acid used in etching, apply mordant to, coloring agent; acid, corrosive; adhesive agent, sarcastic, sharp, biting, sarcastic; incisive, shrewd, substance that fixes dyesmordant
acute, biting, enthusiastic, howl in grief, intense, lament, mourn, wail, sensitive, sharp, sharp; biting, pungent; clever, perceptive, astute; strong, intense; eager, enthusiastic; wonderful, amazing (Slang), very good, wailing mournful sound, lamenta...keen
administer curare (poisonous substance derived from a tropical plant), treat with curarecurarize
African fruit bat, hammerhead shark, hammerkop, head of a hammer; type of shark having a head which resembles a double-headed hammer, tropical African wading bird, umbrettehammerhead
aggressive tropical fishfighting fish
angel shark, scalare, tropical freshwater fish with striped body, tropical marine fish, type of tropical fish; type of sharkangelfish
animal dropping, jazz vocal style, leave quickly, run away, go away quickly (Informal), sing scat, small tropical fishscat
any butterfly of the Morphidae family found in tropical America, blue tropical American butterflymorpho
any gastropod of the genus Murex (located in tropical seas); type of shell which is used as a trumpet; purplish red color, spiny warm-water shellfishmurex
any of a number of climbing tropical vinesliana
any of a number of grain producing tropical grasses; sweet syrup made from the grain of sorghum, cereal crop, syrup from sorghumsorghum
any of a number of large brightly colored parrots (native to tropical and subtropical America), large tropical parrotmacaw
any of a number of marine fish found mainly in the coastal waters of the Pacific and Atlantic; snapping turtle; work supervisor (Slang), something that snaps, tropical food fishsnapper
any of a number of sea basses (found in tropical and subtropical waters), large wide-mouthed fish, rockfishgrouper
any of a number of small nocturnal lizards who eat insects and make shrill or clicking noises, small tropical lizardgecko
any of a number of small two-winged flies, small biting flygnat
any of a number of tropical American trees, plant with ferny leaves, wood from jacarandajacaranda
any of a number of tropical American trees; hard reddish-brown wood of the mahogany tree; reddish-brown color, reddish brown, reddish-brown hardwood, tropical hardwood treemahogany
any of a number of tropical plants, shrub with bright flowerslantana
any of a number of tropical trees or shrubs belonging to the mallow family, shrub with large flowershibiscus
any of a number South American shrub, dried leaves used as medicine, tropical American shrubjaborandi
any of a type of scorpion fishes native to the Indo-Pacific, tropical marine fishstonefish
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