butterfly en Español

Pronunciación
s. mariposa

Ejemplos

I'll cut the paper in shapes of butterflies.
Voy a recortar el papel en forma de mariposas.
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The worm becomes a butterfly during metamorphosis.
El gusano se transforma en mariposa durante l metamorfosis.
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A butterfly is a mature caterpillar.
Una mariposa es una oruga adulta.
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Beetles, butterflies and cockroaches are insects.
Los escarabajos, las mariposas y las cucarachas son insectos.
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Brilliant butterflies flew hither and thither.
Brillantes mariposas volaban de aquí para allá.
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Butterflies have short life spans.
Las mariposas tienen una vida corta.
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Butterflies of this species are now extinct.
Estas especies de mariposas ahora están extintas.
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He caught twenty butterflies.
Ha atrapado veinte mariposas.
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He grabbed the butterfly with his thumb and index finger.
Capturó la mariposa con los dedos gordo e índice.
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He happened to catch sight of a rare butterfly.
Sucedió que él vio una mariposa rara.
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Sinónimos

talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions: coquet, wanton, coquette, mash, flirt, romance, vamp, philander, dally, chat up, talk, speak
shaped like a butterfly: formed
a swimming stroke in which the arms are thrown forward together out of the water while the feet kick up and down: butterfly stroke, dolphin kick, swimming stroke
cut and spread open, as in preparation for cooking: spread, open, spread out, unfold
flutter like a butterfly: flit, dart, flutter, fleet
diurnal insect typically having a slender body with knobbed antennae and broad colorful wings: lycaenid butterfly, nymphalid butterfly, ringlet, four-footed butterfly, ringlet butterfly, sulfur butterfly, lepidopterous insect, nymphalid, lycaenid, sulphur butterfly, lepidopteron, pierid butterfly, pierid, danaid, brush-footed butterfly, danaid butterfly, lepidopteran



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