English translation of 'dente-de-leão'
Word forms: plural dentes-de-leão
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'dente-de-leão' in Other Languages
British English: dandelion /ˈdændɪˌlaɪən/ NOUN
A dandelion is a wild plant which has yellow flowers first, then a fluffy ball of seeds.
- American English: dandelion
- Arabic: هِنْدِباء بَرِّيِّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: dente-de-leão
- Chinese: 蒲公英
- Croatian: maslačak
- Czech: pampeliška
- Danish: løvetand
- Dutch: paardenbloem
- European Spanish: diente de león
- Finnish: voikukka
- French: pissenlit
- German: Löwenzahn
- Greek: πικραλίδα
- Italian: dente di leone
- Japanese: タンポポ
- Korean: 민들레
- Norwegian: løvetann
- Polish: mniszek lekarski
- European Portuguese: dente-de-leão
- Romanian: păpădie
- Russian: одуванчик
- Spanish: diente de león
- Swedish: maskros
- Thai: พันธุ์ไม้ชนิดหนึ่งใบหยิกมีสีเหลือง
- Turkish: kara hindiba
- Ukrainian: кульбаба
- Vietnamese: cây bồ công anh
Translation of dente-de-leão from the Collins Portuguese to English
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