Definición de bloodsucker en inglés:

bloodsucker

Saltos de línea: blood|suck¦er
Pronunciación: /ˈblʌdsʌkə
 
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sustantivo

1An animal or insect that sucks blood, especially a leech or a mosquito.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The female mosquitoes become the bloodsuckers, and they use their long proboscis to bite other animals and feed on their blood.
  • She was suddenly keenly aware off all the little pricks on her skin, where mosquitoes, the rotten little bloodsuckers, were feasting on her exposed flesh.
  • Doctors in the US are warning people to avoid the natural response to squash the insects but instead recommend giving the bloodsuckers a flick.
2A long-tailed arboreal Asian lizard which carries its head in a raised position. The head and shoulders of the male become bright red when it is excited.
  • Calotes versicolor, family Agamidae
3 informal A person who extorts money or otherwise lives off other people.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Ah, but… These bloodsuckers prey on the poor, often Native folk: car title loans, payday loans, personal loans up to $500.
  • Ironically, the blood is now being sucked out the other way: India's hill stations will soon be sucked dry by a new variety of bloodsuckers.
  • There are greedy bloodsuckers and there are banks.

Derivativos

bloodsucking

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He pulls up his shirt to reveal a bloodsucking creature attached to his belly.
  • When outdoors, people are encouraged to use an insect repellant containing DEET, an active ingredient unequalled at keeping the bloodsucking pests at bay.
  • The extent to which I hate bloodsucking ticks can hardly be described and I subject myself to intense and private scrutiny when I return home.

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Pronunciación: niːˈɒt(ə)ni
noun
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