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webbed
American English: /wɛbd/
British English: /wɛbd/

Translation of webbed in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • The little seabird nests high in coastal forests, a fact that had eluded ornithologists until several years ago, when a bird with webbed feet flopped out of a felled tree.
    • The beaver has specialized aquatic features such as webbed feet, nostrils and ears that can close under water, membranes that cover the eyes under water, and a broad, flat, scaly tail.
    • The bird's webbed feet, angled upward, skim across the water.

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