lobster
noun
1. (animal) 
a. el bogavante (M) (with large claws) 
The lobster walked along the sea floor.El bogavante se fue caminando por el fondo del mar.
b. la langosta (F) (spiny lobster) 
The lobster came out of his burrow to look for food.La langosta salió de su madriguera para buscar comida.
2. (culinary) 
We need wine, olive oil, fish, and lobster for the bouillabaisse.Necesitamos vino, aceite de oliva, pescado y bogavante para la bullabesa.
My sister made a delicious bisque with lobster and white wine at Christmas.Mi hermana preparó una riquísima sopa de langosta y vino blanco en Navidad.
lobster
Noun
1. (with pincers) 
a. el bogavante (M) 
(spiny) lobsterlangosta f
he was as red as a lobsterestaba rojo como un cangrejo
lobster potnasa f
lobster [ˈlɒbstəʳ]
noun
lobsters lobster (also rock lobster) (also spiny lobster) langosta (f); (with large pincers) langosta (f); bogavante (m); (Esp)
modifier
lobster pot (n) nasa (f); langostera (f)
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