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feeler
American English: /ˈfilər/
British English: /ˈfiːlə/

Translation of feeler in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (Zoology) (antenna)
    Example sentences
    • The tip of the snout is expanded into a naked pink disc which supports 22 finger-like tentacles or feelers which give this creature its name.
    • Like all lobsters, he has ten legs and two claws (the right slightly larger than the left), and two pairs of antennae or feelers.
    • These things now have legs, feelers, and everything.
    1.2 (tentative approach) See examples: to put out a feeler o feelers I'll put out my feelers and see what I can do
    voy a tantear el terreno para ver lo que puedo hacer

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