Spanish Word for butterfly  

English Word: butterfly

Spanish Word: la mariposa
The Spanish Word for butterfly
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Translated sentences containing 'butterfly'
The cat is chasing the butterfly.
El gato está siguiendo a la mariposa.
She was running towards the butterfly.
Ella corría hacia la mariposa.
We follow the butterfly.
Nosotros seguimos a la mariposa.
The Monarch butterfly has vivid colors.
La mariposa monarca tiene colores vivos.
The caterpillar turns into a butterfly.
La oruga se convierte en mariposa.
How does the caterpillar turn into a butterfly?
¿Cómo se convierte una oruga en mariposa?

(IT) Mr President, 'what a caterpillar calls the end of the world, the entire world calls a butterfly'.
(IT) Señor Presidente, "a lo que la oruga llama fin del mundo, el resto del mundo lo llama mariposa".
It does actually make a difference whether we measure emissions from a pipe or in a butterfly net a kilometre away.
Efectivamente, hay gran diferencia entre medir las emisiones a la salida de la chimenea, a medirlas a un kilómetro de distancia con un cazamariposas.
Something in the order of 55 percent of all species of bird are endangered, as are no less than 45 percent of butterfly species, to mention just two examples.
Sólo para dar dos ejemplos, diré que aproximadamente el 35 por ciento de todas las especies de aves están amenazadas y no menos de un 45 por ciento de las especies de mariposas.
As we now know, the beating of a butterfly's wings in Strasbourg may sometimes unleash a hurricane thousands of miles away.
Como sabemos, el batir de las alas de una mariposa en Estrasburgo puede provocar a veces un seísmo a muchos miles de kilómetros.
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