Translation of flea in Spanish:

flea

pulga, n.

Pronunciation: /fli//fliː/

noun

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    pulga feminine
    (powder/collar) (before noun) antipulgas
    to send sb away / off with a flea in her/his ear echar a algn con cajas destempladas
    • he went off with a flea in his ear salió con las orejas gachas
    • Fleas spread the bacteria between cats, although there is no evidence that fleas can transmit the disease to humans.
    • Imagine my horror when I had invited the parents of a Japanese student staying with me and we were all bitten by fleas!
    • When rats die from the plague, the fleas that lived on them must seek out new sources of blood.
    • It is passed from bunny to bunny by biting insects such as the flea and mosquito so prevention of these is important.
    • This parcel contained the fleas that caused the plague.
    • Plague mostly affected rodents, but fleas could transmit the disease to people too.
    • If you have been bitten by fleas, mites, or bedbugs you may have an infestation in your home, such as on one or more of your pets, and should try to find the infestation and get rid of it.
    • The disease is passed onto humans through fleas which jump from the rat when it dies.
    • In 2002, two Gardai sued the state after being bitten by fleas in Garda stations.
    • It put poison in his blood that killed fleas after one bite.
    • He said that fleas can jump over two hundred times their own height.
    • We wished to avoid the constant and real threat of bedbugs, fleas, and other insect pests which we had brought home in our bags, topclothing, and soiled linens.
    • Lice are wingless and they cannot jump, unlike fleas, but instead they spread through physical contact.
    • In some cases we have learned that an insect can cause harm, such as when we're bitten by a flea or mosquito.
    • Plague is transmitted by fleas that live on rodents.
    • Many things can lead to these hot spots including food and airborne allergens, ticks, fleas and other insect bites, and contact allergens like grass.
    • They're so plagued by lice, fleas, dander and mange that their coats are spotted with huge bald patches and pocked with weeping sores.
    • As he walked around the lounge his boots stuck to the floor and he became aware that he was being bitten by fleas.
    • Unlike fleas, lice can't jump from person to person.
    • In the end, I obeyed and fell into a comfortable sleep, ignoring the fleas that were jumping around me.