butterfly

  • 1 Butterfly — (engl. für ‚Schmetterling‘) steht für: Butterflymesser oder Balisong, eine Klappmesserart Butterfly (Finanzwesen), eine Investitionsstrategie Butterfly Verschluss, einen stabilen Verschluss, besonders an Transportkisten Venenverweilkanüle, eine… …

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  • 2 ButterFly — ButterFly …

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  • 3 Butterfly — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Butterfly (en inglés: mariposa) puede referirse: Contenido 1 Música 1.1 Álbumes 1.2 Canciones 2 V …

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  • 4 butterfly — [but′ərflī΄] n. pl. butterflies [ME buterflie < OE buttorfleoge (see BUTTER & FLY2): in folklore, it is thought to steal milk or butter] 1. any of various families of lepidopteran insects active in the daytime, having a sucking mouthpart,… …

    English World dictionary

  • 5 Butterfly — But ter*fly , n.; pl. {Butterflies}. [Perh. from the color of a yellow species. AS. buter fl[=e]ge, buttor fle[ o]ge; cf. G. butterfliege, D. botervlieg. See {Butter}, and {Fly}.] (Zo[ o]l.) A general name for the numerous species of diurnal… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 butterfly — O.E. buttorfleoge, perhaps based on the old notion that the insects (or witches disguised as butterflies) consume butter or milk that is left uncovered. Or, less creatively, simply because the pale yellow color of many species wings suggests the… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 7 butterfly — m DEFINICIJA v. baterflaj …

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  • 8 butterfly — ► NOUN 1) an insect with two pairs of large, typically colourful wings held erect when at rest, feeding on nectar and active by day. 2) a showy or frivolous person. 3) (butterflies) informal a fluttering and nauseous sensation felt in the stomach …

    English terms dictionary

  • 9 Butterfly — calesButterflies are characterized by their scale covered wings.The coloration of butterfly wings is created by minute scales. These scales are pigmented with melanins that give them blacks and browns, but blues, greens, reds and iridescence are… …

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  • 10 Butterfly — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Sur les autres projets Wikimedia : « Butterfly », sur le Wiktionnaire (dictionnaire universel) Butterfly est le mot anglais qui signifie… …

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  • 11 butterfly — butterflylike, adj., adv. /but euhr fluy /, n., pl. butterflies, v., butterflied, butterflying, adj. n. 1. any of numerous diurnal insects of the order Lepidoptera, characterized by clubbed antennae, a slender body, and large, broad, often… …

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  • 12 butterfly — /ˈbʌtəflaɪ / (say butuhfluy) noun (plural butterflies) 1. any of a group of lepidopterous insects characterised by clubbed antennae, large, broad wings, often conspicuously coloured and marked, and diurnal habits. 2. Also, social butterfly. a… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 13 Butterfly Wu — HU Die, dite Butterfly Wu HU Dié (胡蝶, Hú Dié), connue aussi sous le pseudonyme de Butterfly Wu, est une actrice chinoise née en 1907 à Shanghaï et décédée le 23 avril 1989. La Reine du cinéma de Shanghaï, Butterfly Wu Pre …

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  • 14 butterfly — noun 1 insect VERB + BUTTERFLY ▪ chase ▪ collect ▪ attract ▪ Sweetly scented flowers will attract butterflies to your garden. BUTTERFLY + VERB ▪ …

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  • 15 butterfly — n. 1) to collect butterflyflies 2) a butterfly flits from flower to flower 3) (misc.) a social butterfly ( one who leads an active social life ) * * * [ bʌtəflaɪ] a butterfly flits from flower to flower to collect butterflyflies (misc.) a social… …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 16 butterfly */ — UK [ˈbʌtə(r)ˌflaɪ] / US [ˈbʌtərˌflaɪ] noun Word forms butterfly : singular butterfly plural butterflies 1) [countable] a flying insect with large colourful wings 2) [countable] someone who keeps changing from one activity or person to another,… …

    English dictionary

  • 17 butterfly — n. (pl. flies) 1 any diurnal insect of the order Lepidoptera, with knobbed antennae, a long thin body, and four usu. brightly coloured wings erect when at rest. 2 a showy or frivolous person. 3 (in pl.) colloq. a nervous sensation felt in the… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 18 butterfly — 1. noun /ˈbʌtəflʌɪ,ˈbʌtəflaɪ/ a) A flying insect of the order Lepidoptera, distinguished from moths by their diurnal activity and generally brighter colouring. The day came indeed when her breathless auditors learnt from her in bewilderment that… …

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  • 19 butterfly — 1. Any structure or apparatus shaped like a b. with outstretched wings. 2. A scaling erythematous lesion on each cheek, joined by a narrow band across the nose; seen in lupus erythematosus and seborrheic dermatitis. SYN …

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  • 20 Butterfly — But|ter|fly 〈[bʌ̣tə(r)flaı] m. 6; Sp.〉 I 〈zählb.; Eiskunstlauf〉 1. bestimmter Spreizsprung 2. 〈Turnen〉 = Schmetterling II 〈unz.; Schwimmen; kurz für〉 Butterflystil [ …

    Universal-Lexikon


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