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flea US English

A small wingless jumping insect that feeds on the blood of mammals and birds. It sometimes transmits diseases through its bite, including plague and myxomatosis

sand flea US English

another term for beach flea.

snow flea US English

Either of two small insects that appear on or near snow in northern regions or on mountains

beach flea US English

A small crustacean of the seashore that typically lives among seaweed and leaps when disturbed

flea beetle US English

A small jumping leaf beetle that can be a pest of plants such as crucifers

flea-bitten US English

Bitten by or infested with fleas

flea circus US English

A novelty show of performing fleas

flea collar US English

A collar for a cat or dog that is impregnated with insecticide in order to keep the pet free of fleas

flea market US English

A market, typically outdoors, selling secondhand goods

water flea US English

another term for daphnia.

flea-flicker US English

A designed play in which a pass is thrown to a receiver who then laterals to a teammate

freshwater flea US English

another term for daphnia.

a flea in one's ear US English

A sharp reproof

fleabite US English

A small red mark caused by the bite of a flea

fleapit US English

A dingy, dirty place, especially a run-down movie theater

cat flea in flea US English

A small wingless jumping insect that feeds on the blood of mammals and birds. It sometimes transmits diseases through its bite, including plague and myxomatosis

human flea in flea US English

A small wingless jumping insect that feeds on the blood of mammals and birds. It sometimes transmits diseases through its bite, including plague and myxomatosis

flea English-Spanish

pulga f

flea-bitten English-Spanish

pulgoso, pulguiento CS

flea market English-Spanish

mercado, rastro mEsp

to send sb away o off with a flea in her/his ear in flea English-Spanish

echar a algn con cajas destempladas, mandar a algn a paseo familiar/colloquial