Definition of 'species'
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That the Iad are the darkness in the collective soul of your species. EVERVILLE (2001)I doubt the same could be said of any of the other species. GALILEE (2001)Below were images of life leading up to man; above, surely, beyond man, the species elevated to a perfect spiritual state. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
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Translations for 'species'
British English: species /ˈspiːʃiːz; ˈspiːʃɪˌiːz/ NOUN
A species is a class of plants or animals whose members have the same characteristics and are able to breed with each other.
Many species could disappear from our earth.
- American English: species
- Arabic: نَوْع
- Brazilian Portuguese: espécie
- Chinese: 物种
- Croatian: vrsta
- Czech: druh biologický
- Danish: art
- Dutch: soort biologisch
- European Spanish: especie Biología
- Finnish: laji kasvi- tai eläinlaji
- French: espèce
- German: Art Biologie
- Greek: είδος βιολογία
- Italian: specie
- Japanese: 種 生物
- Korean: 종류
- Norwegian: art
- Polish: gatunek
- European Portuguese: espécie
- Romanian: specie
- Russian: вид совокупность особей
- Spanish: especie
- Swedish: art
- Thai: ชนิดของพืชหรือสัตว์
- Turkish: tür
- Ukrainian: вид
- Vietnamese: loài
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