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snail British & World English

A mollusc with a single spiral shell into which the whole body can be withdrawn

sea snail British & World English

A marine mollusc, especially one with a spiral shell

pond snail British & World English

An aquatic European snail with a brown conical shell, living typically in fresh water

Roman snail British & World English

Another term for edible snail.

snail mail British & World English

The ordinary postal system as opposed to email

marsh snail British & World English

Any of a number of snails that live in marshy habitats or ponds, in particular

edible snail British & World English

A large snail which is widely collected or cultured for food, occurring chiefly in southern Europe

snail darter British & World English

A small percoid freshwater fish of a type found in US rivers, now nearly extinct

violet snail British & World English

A small marine snail which drifts on the surface of the sea attached to a raft of bubbles. The shell is typically purple-violet and the animal emits a violet fluid when attacked

garden snail British & World English

A large European snail with a brownish shell, often abundant in gardens

ramshorn snail British & World English

A European freshwater snail which has a flat spiral shell

snail's pace British & World English

An extremely slow speed

harp snail in harp British & World English

A marine mollusc which has a large vertically ribbed shell with a wide aperture, found chiefly in the Indo-Pacific

moon shell British & World English

A marine mollusc with a shiny, almost spherical, shell and a large foot

moon snail in moon shell British & World English

A marine mollusc with a shiny, almost spherical, shell and a large foot

violet sea snail in violet snail British & World English

A small marine snail which drifts on the surface of the sea attached to a raft of bubbles. The shell is typically purple-violet and the animal emits a violet fluid when attacked

snail English-Spanish

caracol masculine

sea snail English-Spanish

caracol masculine marino