Translation of admiral in Spanish:

admiral

Pronunciation: /ˈædmərəl/

n

  • 1.1 almirante (masculine and feminine) 1.2 (butterfly) pavón (masculine)
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    • If you live near a park or wooded area, it may provide habitat for Mourning Cloaks, admirals, and tiger swallowtails, who will foray into your yard for nectar.
    • Another butterfly that is rarely seen is white admiral, a beautiful butterfly that spends a lot of time feeding on honeydew at the tops of trees.
    • There is often an extreme contrast between full sunshine and deep shadow, as can be seen in the photograph of the White Admiral.

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