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The disease spread from rats to humans by flea bites. The Sun (2014)But this kooky flea circus is still worth a visit. The Sun (2012)He was sent home from his renegotiation with a flea in his ear. The Sun (2016)Last time she filmed red squirrels she ended up with a nasty case of flea bites. The Sun (2008)Many pets are at risk from fleas and there has been a dramatic increase in flea treatments sold this summer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This sounds like flea beetle and is always worse in dry conditions as they are drawing moisture from the plants. The Sun (2011)Probably flea beetles feeding at night. The Sun (2011)The dry weather had held the company back, as it hurt sales of flea treatments. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Would it seriously hurt the company, or would it be just a flea bite? THE ESSENTIAL DRUCKER (2001)Rocket is grown in an old wine box off the ground out of reach of flea beetles which jump from plant to plant. Times, Sunday Times (2014)HE looked like a dog trying to shake a flea from his ear. The Sun (2009)Farage in media flea circus? Times, Sunday Times (2015)So they convened a kangaroo court and sent him on his unedifying way with a flea in his ear from an outraged Emma. The Sun (2016)His body was being destroyed in the worst possible way, but that was a flea bite compared to what was happening to his soul. Christianity Today (2000)He said: 'Those who sleep with dogs will get fleas. The Sun (2008)Hot, dry weather last July hurt sales of flea treatments and other hygiene products. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sent off with a flea in his ear (Oh dear! Times, Sunday Times (2012)The key is that the OBR is strong enough and independent enough to send them away with a flea in their ear. Times, Sunday Times (2015)By the time the flea bites, though, it has almost completed its life and is ready to die. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But basing a film on a giant flea who turns out to be a guitar virtuoso is pushing the boundaries of CGI charm. The Sun (2012)In this case, if they find out who is responsible, they will get a real flea in the ear. The Sun (2011)The king loses his grip when he becomes obsessed - and this is a sight to behold - with a giant flea. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And the farmer wouldn't have the straw back in his yards, because of his animals getting the fleas and the lice. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)
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Inglés británico: flea /fliː/ NOUN
A flea is a small jumping insect that sucks human or animal blood.
- Inglés americano: flea
- Árabe: بُرْغُوث
- Portugués brasileño: pulga
- Chino: 跳蚤
- Croata: buha
- Checo: blecha
- Danés: loppe
- Holandés: vlo
- Español europeo: pulga
- Finlandés: kirppu
- Francés: puce insecte
- Alemán: Floh
- Griego: ψύλλος
- Italiano: pulce
- Japonés: 蚤
- Coreano: 벼룩
- Noruego: loppe
- Polaco: pchła
- Portugués: pulga
- Rumano: țânțar
- Ruso: блоха
- Español: pulga
- Sueco: loppa
- Tailandés: หมัด
- Turco: pire
- Ucraniano: блоха
- Vietnamita: con rận
Definición de flea del Collins Diccionario inglés
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