Translation of reptilian in Spanish:

reptilian

Pronunciation: /repˈtɪliən/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [Zoology/Zoología] de los reptiles
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    • Dehydration can cause serious health problems in any reptilian species.
    • Let us consider first the simpler explanation of a series of morphological evolutionary changes in the evolution of avian feathers from reptilian scales.
    • At the time, paleontologists were stuck in a reptilian perspective on dinosaurs.
    1.2 (like a reptile) [literary/literario] [features/smile] de reptil
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    • Mr. Chen laughed in his quiet, reptilian way.
    • He can feel Martin out there waiting his time with the cold reptilian patience of the perfect agent.
    • Her blue eyes, entirely void of make up, gave her face a strange, reptilian look.

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