02188699-n 'insects having usually a single pair of functional wings (anterior pair) with the posterior pair reduced to small knobbed structures and mouth parts adapted for sucking or lapping or piercing';
Arabic حشرة ذات جناحين , حشرات ذوات الجناحين , الحشرات ثُنائِيّات الجناح
Catalan dípter
Chinese (simplified) 双翅目昆虫
Greek δίπτερο έντομο
English dipterous insect , two-winged insects , dipteran , dipteron
Basque diptero
Finnish kaksisiipiset , kaksisiipinen hyönteinen , kaksisiipiset hyönteiset
Croatian dvokrilac
Italian dittero
Japanese 双翅類
Dutch tweevleugeligen
Polish muchówka
Romanian dipter
Slovak dvojkrídly hmyz
Thai แมลงที่มีสองปีก
Definitions
Italian
insetto appartenente ai Ditteri
Japanese
微小の節のある構造へ退化した後部の1組の羽を伴う、機能している1組の羽(前部の1組)と、吸う、舐めるまたは刺すように適応した口の部分を通常持つ昆虫
Romanian
ordin de insecte cu o singură pereche de aripi și cu aparatul bucal adaptat pentru supt sau pentru înțepat și supt
Greek
έντομα που έχουν δύο φτερά και προβοσκίδα για να γλύφουν, να τσιμπούν ή να ρουφούν
English
insects having usually a single pair of functional wings (anterior pair) with the posterior pair reduced to small knobbed structures and mouth parts adapted for sucking or lapping or piercing
Relations
Hyponym: crane_fly fly fruit_fly fungus_gnat fungus_gnat gall_midge gnat louse_fly mosquito robber_fly
Hypernym: insect
Meronym–Part: halter
Holonym–Member: diptera
Semantic Field: animaln
External Links

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