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kelp
American English: /kɛlp/
British English: /kɛlp/

Translation of kelp in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • kelp (masculine)
    (tipo de alga)
    Example sentences
    • Two wholesome brown kelps that are popular among Japanese diners are kombu and arame.
    • In aquatic habitats, bryozoans may be found on all types of hard substrates: sand grains, rocks, shells, wood, and blades of kelps and other algae may be heavily encrusted with bryozoans.
    • Many large kelps use gas-filled floatation bladders to keep their large blades near the surface, and therefore in the light.

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