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 Translation for 'warty newt' from English to French
NOUN   a warty newt | warty newts
zool.T
triton {m} à crête [Triturus cristatus]
warty newt
Partial Matches
méd.
verruqueux {adj} [couvert de verrues]
warty
zool.T
triton {m}
newt
zool.T
triton {m} alpestre [Ichthyosaura alpestris, formerly Triturus alpestris, Mesotriton alpestris]
Alpine newt
zool.T
triton {m} à crête [Triturus cristatus]
northern crested newt
zool.T
triton {m} à crête [Triturus cristatus]
great crested newt
rond comme un petit pois {adj} [fam.] [loc.](as) pissed as a newt [coll.] [idiom]
rond comme une barrique {adj} [fam.] [loc.](as) pissed as a newt [coll.] [idiom]
rond comme une queue de pelle {adj} [fam.] [loc.](as) pissed as a newt [coll.] [idiom]
être rond comme une queue de pelle [fam.] [loc.]to be pissed as a newt [coll.] [idiom] [drunk]
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Usage Examples English
  • "Paramesotriton guangxiensis", the Guangxi warty newt, is a species of salamander in the family Salamandridae.
  • Amphibians are plentiful in Laos, with some only recently being discovered, including many frogs and the Upper Laos caecilian ("Ichthyophis laosensis"), Laos warty newt ("Paramesotriton laoensis") and Laos knobby newt ("Tylototriton notialis").
  • The Hong Kong warty newt or Hong Kong newt ("Paramesotriton hongkongensis", see also the synonyms) is a species of salamander found in Hong Kong.
  • The northern crested newt, great crested newt or warty newt ("Triturus cristatus") is a newt species native to Great Britain, northern and central continental Europe and parts of Western Siberia.
  • There are also snakes such as Habu and amphibians such as: Ishikawa's frog, Japanese warty newt and the Ryūkyū scops owl.

  • g. warty newt, moor frog, large marsh grasshopper and crossed adder.
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