Translation of gnat in Spanish:

gnat

jején, n.

Pronunciation: /nat//næt/

noun

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    jején masculine
    (general usage) mosquito masculine
    • The pantyhose cover is effective in keeping fruit flies and gnats from moving in and out of the column.
    • Most people would probably mistake them for small flies, such as gnats or midges.
    • The air over the high purple heather was dense with heavy black gnats, flying ants, and scary but sleepy long orange and black insects.
    • How many gnats and mosquitoes have you killed without a second thought?
    • Now, release a huge swarm of gnats in front of the monitor and continue staring.
    • Simply fill its attractive sterling silver jewelry with a citrus-scented oil to naturally repel mosquitoes, gnats, bees and wasps.
    • Light still shone through the small window, which they placed a somewhat thick blanket over in the summer to keep gnats and mosquitoes from entering.
    • He'll do 2,000 yards of swimming every morning; he'll rappel down any cliff he needs to; he will shake off any small-arms fire as if it were a swarm of gnats.
    • Apart from the hum of gnats and mosquitoes and the low rustle of the creek, the scene is silent.
    • The swamp itself was muddy, turbid, and infested with biting gnats and mosquitoes.
    • If you opt for the latter, though, keep a sharp eye out for airborne swarms of gnats.
    • The usual hot summer features ferocious mosquitoes at sunset, gnats, biting nits, mayflies, moths and green flies, and spiders and their webs everywhere, harvesting the foregoing.
    • The Diptera include files, mosquitoes, gnats, midges, and no-see-ums.
    • Surprisingly, the gnats departed and no mosquitoes replaced them.
    • The skin on the side of his face burned suddenly and the brunette slapped a hand to his cheek, expecting it to come into contact with a mosquito or a gnat.
    • The swarms of gnats and mosquitoes were annoying, but augured well for our hopes of spotting tiny bug-eating birds.
    • Included among the invertebrates are moth flies, wood gnats, midges, punkies, mosquitoes, marsh beetles, and beelike or wasplike syrphid flies.
    • This summer you can enjoy the outdoors without fear of mosquitoes, black flies and gnats.
    • Pull on the spider's leg to catapult him up, so he can chow down on flying bees, gnats and butterflies.
    • Even with the inside plants, the coffee shop never has to worry about flies or gnats.