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termite
American English: /ˈtərˌmaɪt/
British English: /ˈtəːmʌɪt/

Translation of termite in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Dwarf mongooses mainly feed on insects like termites, locusts, beetles, grubs, larvae and spiders.
    • This is applicable especially, but not exclusively, to so-called social insects such as bees, wasps, ants and termites.
    • Some termites feed on the wood timber of houses, posing a danger as a roof or ceiling can collapse from the impact of their feeding.

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