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tadpole Saltos de línea: tad|pole
Pronunciación: /ˈtadpəʊl/

Definición de tadpole en inglés:

sustantivo

The tailed aquatic larva of an amphibian (frog, toad, newt, or salamander), breathing through gills and lacking legs until the later stages of its development.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Early in its development a tadpole breathes with gills.
  • They will also prey on crayfish, frogs, tadpoles, and other aquatic dwellers.
  • As the tadpoles become frogs, the gills initially used to breathe are replaced with lungs.

Origen

Late 15th century: from Old English tāda 'toad' + poll (probably because the tadpole seems to consist of a large head and a tail in its early development stage).

Palabras que riman con tadpole

flagpole • bargepole

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