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mange
American English: /meɪndʒ/
British English: /meɪn(d)ʒ/

Translation of mange in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • it has (the) mange
    tiene sarna
    Example sentences
    • Others are rather unpleasant parasites themselves, such as ticks, chiggers, and the skin mites that cause mange and scabies.
    • The main threat to dogs, he adds, comes from mange, a skin disease caused by mites, which is common in urban foxes.
    • The puppy has a gut infection, mange, a severe skin problem, worms, fleas and ear mites.

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    Mezcal is an alcoholic drink similar to tequila obtained in Mexico by distilling the juice or aguamiel extracted from roasted tips of the maguey plant. Bottles of mezcal are usually sold containing a gusano, the larva of an insect that lives on the maguey. This is said to enhance the flavor.