lizard en Español

Pronunciación
s. lagarto, escinco, lagartija, salamanquesa

Ejemplos

A slow-worm is a limbless lizard, not a snake.
Un lución es un lagarto sin patas, no una serpiente.
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All lizards can lay eggs.
Todos los lagartos pueden poner huevos.
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How could that fish have a lizard in its stomach?
¿Cómo tendría un lagarto en el estómago aquel pez?
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If you cut the tail off of a lizard, it will grow back.
Si a una lagartija le cortas la cola, le crece de nuevo.
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My dog chased a lizard and snapped its tail off.
Mi perro persiguió a un lagarto y le arrancó la cola.
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The she said to her, “Go into the garden, and bring me six lizards; you will find them behind the watering can.”
Luego le dijo: -Ve al jardín y tráeme seis lagartos que encontrarás detrás de la regadera.
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Go into the garden, and you will find six lizards behind the watering-pot; bring them to me.
- Ve al jardín y tráeme seis lagartos que encontrarás detrás de la regadera.
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like the dusty lizards that, slipping along, try to be confounded with the earth. The persistency of the iron discipline was easily discernible.
como lagartos empolvados que en su arrastre buscan confundirse con el suelo. Se adivinaba la persistencia de la férrea disciplina.
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The ocellated lizard is a protected species.
El lagarto ocelado es una especie protegida.
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I have two dogs, two cats and a green lizard.
Tengo dos perros, dos gatos y un lagarto verde.
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Sinónimos

relatively long-bodied reptile with usually two pairs of legs and a tapering tail: iguanid, monitor lizard, skink, gecko, monitor, scincid lizard, agamid, iguanid lizard, scincid, Lanthanotus borneensis, chameleon, agamid lizard, worm lizard, teiid lizard, varan, anguid lizard, legless lizard, night lizard, venomous lizard, chamaeleon, teiid, saurian, lacertid lizard, lacertid
a man who idles about in the lounges of hotels and bars in search of women who would support him: gigolo, lounge lizard



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