- 1 1.1 countable (animal) to catch a crab (in rowing)fallar con el remoExample sentences1.2 uncountablecrab (meat)
- Without warning the stalks supporting the crab's beady black eyes shoot straight up at me.
- The torch picked out a tiny red hermit crab as it climbed laboriously across the top of a sponge.
- Scientists found male fiddler crabs often aid their neighbors when intruders threaten to move in.
- 2also: crabs plural(pubic lice) [colloquial]ladillas (feminine plural)Example sentences
- So I get pregnant and get the crabs to boot.
- Three weeks later, he had a healthy dose of crabs.
- I never had one girl come down with an STD, not even crabs.
intransitive verb -bb-
- [colloquial]rezongar [colloquial]refunfuñar [colloquial]Example sentences
- The city is crabbing today about clock management, and there was an onside kick late in the game.
- I have chattering and squealing, screeching and cooing, crabbing and carping.
- The President crabbed about the leak in his Monday press conference.
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