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toadstool
American English: /ˈtoʊdˌstul/
British English: /ˈtəʊdstuːl/

Translation of toadstool in Spanish:

noun

  • (no comestible)
    Example sentences
    • The fly agaric or fairy toadstool grows here too, especially under birch along with other woodland fungi.
    • All around the two girls grew large specimens of fungi: mushrooms nearly as tall as them grew from the ground, and toadstools and bracken protruded from the rocky walls in clumps.
    • In the UK we have an estimated 12,000 species of fungi, many of which produce large and attractively coloured fruit bodies we all know as mushrooms and toadstools.

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