Spanish Word for mole  

English Word: mole

Spanish Word: lunar (skin)
The Spanish Word for mole
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Translated sentences containing 'mole'
Have you noticed any change in that mole?
Ha notado algún cambio en ese lunar?
Have you noticed any change in that mole?
¿Ha notado algún cambio en ese lunar?

Does the Spanish Government have a mole somewhere in the Commission or in Parliament?
¿Tendrá el Gobierno español un topo en algún lugar de la Comisión o del Parlamento?
Our Prime Minister seems to be suffering from mad mole disease.
Nuestro Primer Ministro parece padecer el mal de los topos locos.
While strychnine kills a mole in up to 15 minutes, aluminium phosphate takes up to three days, ensuring that the mole has a slow and painful death.
Mientras que las estricnina mata a un topo en no más de quince minutos, con el fosfato de aluminio se necesitan tres días, por lo que el topo tiene una muerte lenta y dolorosa.
This punitive and non-sensical directive bans the use of strychnine, which has been used to control the mole population in the UK for the past 70 years.
Esta Directiva punitiva y absurda prohíbe el uso de estricnina, que se ha utilizado para controlar la población de topos en el Reino Unido durante los últimos setenta años.
As a result, mole catchers are only allowed to use aluminium phosphate, which costs twice as much as strychnine and is putting many of them out of business.
En consecuencia, los cazadores de topos sólo pueden utilizar fosfato de aluminio, que cuesta el doble que la estricnina, algo que les está llevando a la quiebra.
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