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moss
American English: /mɔs/
British English: /mɒs/

Translation of moss in Spanish:

noun

uncountable and countable
  • Example sentences
    • They live in soil or leaf litter and feed on fungi, lichens, mosses, and plant roots.
    • The room was smooth and white, with friendly-looking mosses and plants growing out of the wall across from him.
    • Silky green moss grew through the cracks of the stone path.

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