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dart British & World English

A small pointed missile that can be thrown or fired

Dart, Raymond Arthur British & World English

(1893–1988), Australian-born South African anthropologist and anatomist. In 1925 he found the first specimen of a hominid for which he coined the genus name Australopithecus

cupid's dart British & World English

A herbaceous plant of the daisy family, with white, blue, or lilac flowers

egg and dart British & World English

A motif of alternating eggs and darts, used to enrich an ovolo molding

objet d'art British & World English

A small decorative or artistic object, typically when regarded as a collectable item

dart English Thesaurus

he was killed by a poisoned dart

dart English-Spanish

dardo m

a poisoned dart in poison English-Spanish

un dardo envenenado

to dart into a room in dart English-Spanish

entrar como una flecha en una habitación

to dart out of a room in dart English-Spanish

salir* como una flecha de una habitación

he made a dart for the gun in dart English-Spanish

se abalanzó sobre el arma

with a dart of its tongue, the lizard caught the fly in dart English-Spanish

la lagartija atrapó a la mosca de un lengüetazo