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coral US English

A hard stony substance secreted by certain marine coelenterates as an external skeleton, typically forming large reefs in warm seas

coral rag US English

Rubbly limestone composed chiefly of petrified coral

Coral Sea US English

A part of the western Pacific Ocean that is surrounded by Australia, New Guinea, and Vanuatu, the scene of a naval battle between US and Japanese carriers in 1942 during World War II

cup coral US English

A small, brightly colored, solitary coral with tentacles that end in small knobs, sometimes found in colder seas

red coral US English

A branching pinkish-red horny coral that is used in jewelry

brain coral US English

A compact coral with a convoluted surface resembling that of the brain

Cape Coral US English

A resort city in southwestern Florida, near the mouth of the Caloosahatchee River, southwest of Fort Myers; population 156,835 (est. 2008)

coral bells US English

A red-flowered heuchera (Heuchera sanguinea) native to the southwestern US, but established elsewhere with many ornamental cultivars

coral reef US English

A ridge of rock in the sea formed by the growth and deposit of coral

coral snake US English

A brightly colored venomous snake of the cobra family, typically having conspicuous bands of red, yellow, white, and black

coral spot US English

A common fungal disease of trees and shrubs, appearing as numerous minute pink or dark red cushionlike bodies on the twigs and branches and causing dieback

coral tree US English

A tropical or subtropical thorny shrub or tree with showy red or orange flowers that are pollinated by birds

fire coral US English

A colonial corallike hydrozoan, the heavy external skeleton of which forms reefs. The polyps bear nematocysts that can inflict painful stings

coral fungus US English

A widely distributed fungus that produces a fruiting body composed of upright branching fingerlike projections that resemble coral, found in both Eurasia and North America

Coral Gables US English

A resort and commercial city in southeastern Florida, just southwest of Miami, on Biscayne Bay; population 42,781 (est. 2008)

Coral Springs US English

A residential city in southeastern Florida; population 125,783 (est. 2008)

elkhorn coral US English

A coral with sturdy antler-like branches, found in shallow waters throughout the Caribbean

precious coral US English

another term for red coral.

staghorn coral US English

A large stony coral with antlerlike branches

false coral snake US English

A harmless snake that mimics the bright coloration of the venomous coral snakes

organ pipe coral US English

A tropical coral that forms narrow parallel calcareous tubes linked by transverse plates

coral spot disease in coral spot US English

A common fungal disease of trees and shrubs, appearing as numerous minute pink or dark red cushionlike bodies on the twigs and branches and causing dieback

Devonshire cup coral in cup coral US English

A small, brightly colored, solitary coral with tentacles that end in small knobs, sometimes found in colder seas

coral English-Spanish

coral m

coral Spanish-English

choral

música coral Spanish-English

choral music

agrupación coral Spanish-English

choral group, choir

Gran Barrera de Coral Spanish-English

la Gran Barrera de Coral

música coral Spanish-English

choral music

agrupación coral Spanish-English

choral group, choir

coral reef in coral English-Spanish

arrecife m de coral, barrera

color coral in coral Spanish-English

coral, coral-colored*

a coral reef in reef English-Spanish

un arrecife de coral

a girdle of coral reef encircles the island in girdle English-Spanish

un cinturón de arrecifes de coral circunda la isla