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aphid
American English: /ˈeɪfɪd/
, /ˈæfɪd/
British English: /ˈeɪfɪd/

Translation of aphid in Spanish:

noun

  • afídido (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • The gardener's friend, the busy little ladybird helps by eating aphids and greenfly.
    • As a group, aphids attack a plant by sucking its fluids from tender new growth.
    • Keep a look out for aphids on tender young growth or on plants that are stressed and unhappy.

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