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adder1 British & World English

A small venomous Eurasian snake which has a dark zigzag pattern on its back and bears live young. It is the only poisonous snake in Britain

adder2 British & World English

A unit which adds together two input variables. A full adder can add a bit carried from another addition as well as the two inputs, whereas a half adder can only add the inputs together

death adder British & World English

A venomous Australian snake which has a thin worm-like tail that it uses to lure birds and other prey

night adder British & World English

A venomous nocturnal African viper

puff adder British & World English

A large, sluggish, mainly nocturnal African viper which inflates the upper part of its body and hisses loudly when under threat

adder's tongue British & World English

A fern having a single pointed oval frond and a straight spore-bearing stem

adder-tongue in adder's tongue British & World English

A fern having a single pointed oval frond and a straight spore-bearing stem

death adder in adder1 British & World English

Used in names of snakes that are similar or related to the adder, e.g. death adder, puff adder

puff adder in adder1 British & World English

Used in names of snakes that are similar or related to the adder, e.g. death adder, puff adder

full adder in adder2 British & World English

A unit which adds together two input variables. A full adder can add a bit carried from another addition as well as the two inputs, whereas a half adder can only add the inputs together

half adder in adder2 British & World English

A unit which adds together two input variables. A full adder can add a bit carried from another addition as well as the two inputs, whereas a half adder can only add the inputs together

adder English-Spanish

víbora f

puff adder English-Spanish

víbora f bufadora