02200198-n 'two-winged insect whose female has a long proboscis to pierce the skin and suck the blood of humans and animals';
Bulgarian комар
Catalan mosquit
Chinese (simplified) 蚊子
Danish myg
Greek κουνούπι
English mosquito2
Basque eltxo
Finnish sääski
French maringouins , maringouin , moustiques , culicidae , moustique , Culicidae
Galician mosquito
Hebrew יַתּוּשׁ
Croatian komarac
Indonesian nyamuk
Icelandic moskító , moskítófluga
Italian zanzara
Japanese
Lithuanian uodas , moskitas
Dutch mug
Nynorsk mygg
Bokmål mygg
Polish komar
Portuguese mosquito , Culicidae
Romanian țânțar
Slovak moskyt
Slovene komar , moskit
Swedish mygga
Thai ยุง
Malaysian nyamuk
Definitions
Italian
piccolo insetto, diffuso nei luoghi umidi, la cui femmina punge uomini e animali succhiandone il sangue
Japanese
雌は人間と動物の皮膚を突き刺し血を吸うための長い吻を持つ双翅目の昆虫
Romanian
Numele mai multor insecte din ordinul dipterelor, cu corpul și cu picioarele lungi și subțiri, cu aripi înguste, ale căror larve se dezvoltă la cele mai multe specii în ape stătătoare, iar adulții se hrănesc cu sânge, unele specii transmițând prin înțepături frigurile palustre, altele, în stare larvară, atacând culturile de ciuperci, varză, grâu etc
Greek
δίπτερο έντομο, που το τσίμπημά του είναι ιδιαίτερα ενοχλητικό και επικίνδυνο για τον άνθρωπο και τα ζώα, καθώς το θηλυκό απομυζά με την προβοσκίδα του αίμα για να τραφεί, μεταδίδοντας έτσι διάφορες ασθένειες
English
two-winged insect whose female has a long proboscis to pierce the skin and suck the blood of humans and animals
Relations
Hyponym: anopheline asian_tiger_mosquito common_mosquito culex_quinquefasciatus gnat malarial_mosquito yellow-fever_mosquito
Hypernym: dipterous_insect
Holonym–Member: culicidae
Semantic Field: animaln
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