insect

insect
noun
Insekt, das; Kerbtier, das
* * *
['insekt]
noun
(any of many kinds of small six-legged creatures with wings and a body divided into sections: We were bothered by flies, wasps and other insects.) das Insekt
- academic.ru/38383/insecticide">insecticide
- insectivorous
- insect repellent
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in·sect
[ˈɪnsekt]
I. n Insekt nt
II. n modifier Insekten-
\insect bite Insektenstich m
\insect pest AGR Insektenbefall m
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['ɪnsekt]
n
Insekt nt
* * *
insect [ˈınsekt] s
1. ZOOL Insekt n, Kerbtier n:
insect bite Insektenstich m;
insect feeder insectivore 1 a, 2;
insect pest Insektenplage f;
insect-repellent Insekten vertreibend;
insect repellent insectifuge;
insect spray Insektenspray m/n
2. fig pej Wanze f
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noun
Insekt, das; Kerbtier, das
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n.
Insekt -en n.

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