feminine noun
1. (animal) 
a. snake 
Vimos una serpiente escurrirse de su madriguera en el desierto.We saw a snake slither out of its burrow in the desert.
b. serpent 
El pasaje del barco fue obstruido por una serpiente de mar iridiscente.The ship's way was blocked by an iridescent sea serpent.
1. (culebra) 
a. snake 
2. (literature) 
a. serpent 
serpiente de cascabelrattlesnake
serpiente pitónpython
snake; serpent
la Serpiente the (European monetary) Snake
serpiente boa boa constrictor
serpiente de anteojos cobra
serpiente de cascabel rattlesnake; rattler (familiar); (EEUU)
serpiente de mar sea serpent
serpiente de verano silly(-season) story; non-story used to fill papers in the slack season; (used to fill papers in the slack season)
serpiente de vidrio slowworm
serpiente pitón python
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