Translation of venom in Spanish:

venom

Pronunciation: /ˈvenəm/

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  • 1.1 [Zool] veneno (m)
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    • Amazingly, one of the toxins resembles an enzyme found in potent snake venoms.
    • In addition, they differ in their binding ability to proteinases in crude snake venoms.
    • Cobra attacks its prey by spitting poisonous venom called neurotoxin.
    1.2 (malice) ponzoña (f), veneno (m), malevolencia (f) he spoke with venom habló con verdadero veneno
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    • Once again Grace spoke quietly, with absolutely no venom or malice, or any emotion at all.
    • That's why our country is in the mess it is in right now, even our so-called religious leaders are full of venom.
    • But the debates were good ones and, on the whole, discussions were held without rancour or venom.

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