Translation of venom in Spanish:


veneno, n.

Pronunciation /ˈvɛnəm//ˈvɛnəm/


  • 1

    veneno masculine
    • Stingrays have a spine at the base of their tail that contains a venom gland.
    • Males have hollow spurs connected to venom glands on the ankle of each hind leg.
    • Amazingly, one of the toxins resembles an enzyme found in potent snake venoms.
    • In addition, they differ in their binding ability to proteinases in crude snake venoms.
    • Cobra attacks its prey by spitting poisonous venom called neurotoxin.
    • Blood tests showed that he died of spider venom poisoning.
    • He watched as it pierced through the protection and injected its venom.
    • Inside the beans of the castor plant is a toxin seven times more deadly than cobra venom.
    • Do all populations of Mojave rattlesnakes have neurotoxic venom?
    • Is it true that there is a new treatment for brain tumors involving scorpion venom?
    • Ricin is twice as deadly as cobra venom and there is no known antidote.
    • Patients with bites from snakes with neurotoxic venom should be observed for at least 24 hours.
    • A number of researchers have suggested that venom toxins are modified saliva proteins.
    • The dragon has wounded him, and his poisonous venom is killing the brave Beowulf.
    • Centipedes' modified front legs are poison claws, which they use to inject a highly toxic venom.
    • In conclusion, whole honeybee venom was found to suppress arthritic inflammation in the rat.
    • He noted that bee venom could be poisonous to both animals and humans.
    • Are there special properties in tarantula venom that other spiders might not have?
    • There are approximately 2,000 species of scorpions; of those, only around 40 to 50 contain deadly venom.
    • But for children with insect venom allergy, an insect bite can cause more severe symptoms.
  • 2

    ponzoña feminine
    veneno masculine
    malevolencia feminine
    he spoke with venom habló con verdadero veneno
    • His eyes filled with cold, deadly venom, and a short snarl escaped his lips.
    • That's why our country is in the mess it is in right now, even our so-called religious leaders are full of venom.
    • Her voice was full of venom, and there was a very large hint that she did not like her job.
    • My answer came with such venom dripping from every word, I surprised myself.
    • She shot Leonard a look of pure venom as she turned for the exit.
    • Gabrielle looked up from her book and shot him a look of pure venom.
    • Adrianne spat, venom dripping from her words.
    • His eyes flickered to Leopold, erasing any doubt that his comment had been full of venom.
    • When did I stop liking people, and begin to hate them with such venom?
    • Pity to waste good viper venom on an audience of one.
    • They were filled with such venom and hatred that Bryan was even too stunned to respond.
    • Once again Grace spoke quietly, with absolutely no venom or malice, or any emotion at all.
    • Here is a man who was supposedly praying one minute and spewing venom the next.
    • Pure venom shone in her eyes before she whipped around splashing through the water.
    • But the debates were good ones and, on the whole, discussions were held without rancour or venom.
    • The woman glared up at Natasha with pure venom and hatred in her dark green eyes.
    • Let them be shielded from the shafts of malice, and protected against the venom of personal vituperation.
    • Elizabeth, learning of his dislike, makes it a point to match his disgust with her own venom.
    • There wasn't enough venom in my voice to make the question an accusation.
    • Father Malachi spoke with venom in his voice that Judy would be jealous of.