calamar
calamar [kal-ma
sustantivo
1. Calamar, molusco que posee una secreción negra llamada tinta.
2. Su concha interior o casco córneo.
V. SQUID.
calamar
Usage note
This word is often used in the plural in sense 2).
calamar(
kah
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lah
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mahr
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masculine noun
1. (animal) 
a. squid 
Los calamares son moluscos carnívoros.Squid are carnivorous mollusks.
2. (culinary) 
a. squid 
Pedí unos calamares rellenos y una copa de vino blanco.I ordered stuffed squid and a glass of white wine.
b. calamari 
Alicia preparó unos ricos calamares fritos.Alicia made some delicious fried calamari.
calamar
Noun
1. (general) 
a. squid 
calamares en su tintasquid cooked in its own ink
calamares a la romanasquid rings fried in batter
calamar
squid
calamares a la romana squid rings fried in batter
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