There are 2 main translations of beetle in Spanish

: beetle1beetle2

beetle1

escarabajo, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈbiːt(ə)l//ˈbidl/

noun

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    Zoology
    escarabajo masculine
    • I see cucumber beetles in the garden all summer long.
    • Although most of the beetles were dead, a number were still quite active and one beetle climbed onto a film vial in the pan and took flight.
    • In ancient Egypt they worshipped all kinds of creatures even insects and bugs like a scarab beetle.
    • Green June beetles also emerge in July and they also feed on ripe fruit.
    • Over 1,000 species of beetle and spider have been found, many of which are dependent on the trees for their survival.
    • Adult beetles hide in soil during the day and fly to trees to feed at night.
    • A variety of insects, including some beetles and moths, mimic bees and wasps.
    • The hard sheath over the beetle's wings has a waxy surface dotted with tiny nonwaxy bumps.
    • They can easily slice right though a beetle's hard armour.
    • He takes out a glass case containing the beautiful beetle, with a golden shell, black spots, and antennae, just as he had originally said.
    • The beetles' backs are covered with bumps - under a microscope, they resemble a landscape of peaks and valleys.
    • Among all the insects only beetles have these specialized fore-wings.
    • Mark's passion for peculiar pets started when he collected caterpillars, beetles and scorpions as a child.
    • It turns out that only some male horned scarab beetles grow long horns and battle for mates.
    • This tiny black female beetle, the size of a poppy seed, is already spreading in the Great Smoky Mountains.
    • This beetle's black antennae are nearly as long as its body.
    • Only a few insects feed on lichens - some moths and beetles among them.
    • Rare forms of beetle and fly have been known to live there, and it offers a breeding ground for otters.
    • Insects, especially beetles and ants, are the main food of Downy Woodpeckers.
    • Ants, beetles, and termites turn over soil and wood.
    • Champ was prepared especially for the festival of Hallowe'en when large quantities of potatoes were pounded with a cylindrical wooden implement called a beetle.

There are 2 main translations of beetle in Spanish

: beetle1beetle2

beetle2

maza, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈbiːt(ə)l//ˈbidl/

noun

  • 1

    (hammer)
    maza feminine
    marro masculine Mexico