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animal British & World English

A living organism which feeds on organic matter, typically having specialized sense organs and nervous system and able to respond rapidly to stimuli

animal pole British & World English

The portion of an egg that contains the nucleus and less yolk, opposite the vegetal pole

pack animal British & World English

An animal used to carry loads

moss animal British & World English

A sedentary colonial aquatic animal found chiefly in the sea, either encrusting rocks, seaweeds, or other surfaces, or forming stalked fronds. Each minute zooid filter-feeds by means of a crown of ciliated tentacles (lophophore)

animal rights British & World English

The rights of animals to live free from human exploitation and abuse

party animal British & World English

A very gregarious and outgoing person who enjoys parties and similar social activities

animal cracker British & World English

A type of sweet cracker made in various animal shapes

animal rightist British & World English

A person who campaigns for the rights of animals to live free from human exploitation and abuse

animal spirits British & World English

Natural exuberance

animal husbandry British & World English

The science of breeding and caring for farm animals

animal liberation British & World English

The freeing of animals from exploitation and cruel treatment by humans

animal magnetism British & World English

A quality of sexual attractiveness

companion animal British & World English

A pet or other domestic animal

political animal British & World English

A person who is interested in social and political issues, especially one who actively participates in politics

dry an animal off British & World English

Cease milking and reduce the rations of a cow or other animal so that it stops producing milk

conodont British & World English

A fossil marine animal of the Cambrian to Triassic periods, having a long worm-like body, numerous small teeth, and a pair of eyes. It is now believed to be the earliest vertebrate

conodont animal in conodont British & World English

A fossil marine animal of the Cambrian to Triassic periods, having a long worm-like body, numerous small teeth, and a pair of eyes. It is now believed to be the earliest vertebrate

animal English Thesaurus

rare and endangered animals and plants

animal English-Spanish

animal m

animal Spanish-English

animal before n

animal tested English-Spanish

probado, testeado en animales

grasa animal Spanish-English

animal fat

reino animal Spanish-English

animal kingdom

animal activist English-Spanish

activista, animalista mf

animal testing English-Spanish

experimentación

animal salvaje Spanish-English

wild animal

animal doméstico Spanish-English

domestic animal

animal liberationist English-Spanish

activista, animalista mf

animal rights campaigner English-Spanish

defensor, -sora m,f de los derechos de los animales, animalista mf

grasa animal Spanish-English

animal fat

reino animal Spanish-English

animal kingdom

animal doméstico Spanish-English

domestic animal

animal salvaje Spanish-English

wild animal


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