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Detailed Translations for tentacle from English to Spanish


tentacle [the ~] noun

  1. the tentacle (feeler; sensor)
    el tentáculo
  2. the tentacle (grip arm; transfer arm)
    la tenazas; el agarrador; la pala
  3. the tentacle (feeler)
    el palpador
  4. the tentacle (grab; claw)
    la tenazas; el tacaño; la pala; el tentáculo; la pala automática
  5. the tentacle (tactile organ)

Translation Matrix for tentacle:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
agarrador grip arm; tentacle; transfer arm bucket; claw; grab; gripper; support; walker; walking frame
pala claw; grab; grip arm; tentacle; transfer arm bat; metal; paddle; scoop; shovel; spade; spoon; stick; tin; trowel
pala automática claw; grab; tentacle
palpador feeler; tentacle
tacaño claw; grab; tentacle haggler; miser; money-grub; niggard; short arms deep pockets; skinflint
tenazas claw; grab; grip arm; tentacle; transfer arm forceps; nippers; pair of pliers; pincers; pliers; plyers
tentáculo claw; feeler; grab; sensor; tentacle feeler gauge
órgano del tacto tactile organ; tentacle
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
tacaño look at the penny twice before spending; meager; meagre; puny; skinny; thin

Related Words for "tentacle":

  • tentacles

Synonyms for "tentacle":

Related Definitions for "tentacle":

  1. any of various elongated tactile or prehensile flexible organs that occur on the head or near the mouth in many animals; used for feeling or grasping or locomotion1
  2. something that acts like a tentacle in its ability to grasp and hold1
    • caught in the tentacles of organized crime1

Wiktionary Translations for tentacle:

  1. elongated, boneless, flexible appendage

Cross Translation:
tentacle tentáculo tentakel — de verlengde flexibele organen die vele ongewervelde dieren hebben.
tentacle tentáculo TentakelZoologie, meist im Plural: Fangarm
tentacle tentáculo tentacule — biologie|fr anatomie|fr appendice charnu et mobile dont plusieurs animaux sont pourvoir, et qu’ils tendre en avant, soit pour tâter le terrain ou les objets environnants, soit pour saisir leur proie.