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sundew
American English: /ˈsənd(j)u/
British English: /ˈsʌndjuː/

Translation of sundew in Spanish:

noun

  • rosolí (masculine)
    rocío (masculine) de sol
    Example sentences
    • Bladderworts, pitcher plants, and sundews all indulge their carnivorous tastes.
    • Carnivorous plants such as sundews utilise the dew that forms on their leaf surfaces in a more sinister way, mixing it with a sticky honey-like substance which attracts, then traps, the insects upon which the plants feed.
    • Without bogs we would lose astonishing plants like sundews, sphagnum mosses and cotton grass; beautiful insects like marsh fritillary butterflies; and spectacular birds like hen harriers and short-eared owls.
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