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conch also: conch shell
American English: /kɑŋk/
, /kɑntʃ/
British English: /kɒŋk/
, /kɒn(t)ʃ/

Translation of conch in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Raup analyzed different types of mollusk conchs in terms of their geometrical properties.
    • Earlier this month, additional protection was given under this convention to the queen conch mollusk, a popular food item famous for its enormous pink shell.
    • Seilacher has shown such a function for orthocone cephalopod conchs in the same formation.

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