Traducción de vermin en Español:

vermin

alimañas, n.

Pronunciación /ˈvərmən//ˈvəːmɪn/

nombre

  • 1

    (animals)
    alimañas femenino
    • The birds are vermin just like pigeons are, in the same sense that weeds are weeds if they are growing in an undesirable, inappropriate place.
    • There are issues of public safety concerning the pub in its current state and it is attracting vermin such as pigeons.
    • Who was to say that Old Macdonald only had domestic farm animals and traditional vermin?
    • Rats are disease-carrying vermin and they should be eradicated.
    • Foxes are not the predatory vermin some would like us to believe they are at all.
    • The mesh should then be weighted down around the perimeter of the stack preventing access by rodents or other vermin.
    • Cane rats should not be confused with domestic rodents such as rats and mice which can be disease-carrying vermin.
    • Foxes, regarded as vermin, were killed by farmers and labourers, but without undue ceremony.
    • It can also be used to fence in pets or protect flower beds from damage by pets and wild vermin such as rabbits.
    • You have to be going fast enough to kill the vermin instantly otherwise it's just cruelty to animals.
    • The couple live in an area where people often shoot birds, vermin and deer.
    • Spilt feed, litter and standing water attract wild birds and vermin.
    • He also believes the area could soon become a haven for disease spreading vermin.
    • These include habitats where vermin, reptiles or insects gather and, according to Al Biruni, deserted places, prisons and places of grief and mourning.
    • Surely, the presence of these disease carrying vermin is totally unacceptable and it is high time the authorities do something about them!
    • We lived in a time when jack rabbits were vermin and the ranchers wanted all of them killed and I sure helped them out a bunch.
    • Pastoralists fear that cuts to the maintenance of the number one vermin fence could see wild dog numbers explode.
    • The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has been called in to try to tackle the vermin on a pig farm.
    • Other animals including horses, dogs, cats, poultry, vermin and wildlife can act as carriers and help spread the disease.
    • The hunters complain that foxes are vermin and un-hunted pose a serious threat to farm livestock.
  • 2

    (insects)
    bichos masculino
    • Steel does not rot, warp, crack, split or change with the weather and it is termite and vermin proof.
    • Ravenscourt Park forbids the feeding of ducks as this encourages vermin and disease.
    • This scheme will increase vermin, smells and fly infestation of our town.
    • Trench warfare also led to stalemates that triggered even more casualties from vermin and disease.
    • Unfortunately, it is periodically infested with bugs and vermin, which can harass citizens, contaminate buildings, etc.
    • Improper handling of garbage and the transmission of disease by insects and vermin posed major health problems for the population.
    • I have yet to read of their concern regarding cruelty done by the poisoning, trapping etc, of rats, mice, cockroaches and all other vermin.
    • The area was filthy and vermin infested, the report stated.
    • Some patients did not bathe, others were infested with vermin, and modesty was an issue, especially with female patients.
    • Baptiste said the roofless building had been a haven for rats, snakes, centipedes and other vermin.
    • And if something isn't done about it soon, we are going to have a serious vermin infestation in the town.
    • For centuries we have referred to them as weeds, pests, vermin and disease.
    • Even with an hour's ride yet he had detected the stale smell of blood and vermin infested rot.
    • One environmentally friendly way to annihilate vermin from your garden: By spraying it with dishwashing liquid.
    • Legally, the council is obliged to deal with noise and air pollution and only has to respond to queries about vermin infestations.
  • 3

    (people)
    indeseables masculino
    • They are not vermin - they are part of our society and they also have ambitions.
    • You can hobble your way right down to Guantanamo Bay with the rest of the vermin.
    • Finding most of your vermin enemies is relatively easy.
    • She would probably be laughing about it with the rest of her vermin companions tonight.
    • In this Bharat, the uncivilised savages claim the mantle of culture and the traitorous vermin parade as sentinels of nationalism.