muda(
moo
-
dah
)
feminine noun
1. (biology) 
a. molting 
En su primera muda, los canarios jóvenes no mudan las plumas de las alas.In their first molting, young canaries don't molt their wing feathers.
b. molt (United States) 
Después de su primera muda, ¡mi lagartija se comió la misma piel que se había mudado!After its first molt, my lizard ate the skin it had just shed!
c. moult (United Kingdom) 
La mayoría de las gallinas dejan de poner huevos hasta terminar la muda.Most hens stop laying eggs until the moult is finished.
d. shedding 
La boa tarda casi 15 días para terminar la muda de su piel.The boa takes almost two weeks to finish the shedding of its skin.
2. (clean clothes) 
No olvides llevar una muda si piensas quedarte la noche.Don't forget to take a change of clothes if you're going to stay overnight.
Después de una semana sin muda, le urgía a Luís lavar ropa.After a week without a change of underwear, Luís was desperate to do laundry.
muda
Noun
1. (de piel, plumas) 
a. molting 
2. (ropa interior) 
a. change of underwear 
muda
1 [de ropa] change of underwear
2 (Zoología) [de piel] slough; [de pelo, plumaje] moult; molt; (EEUU)
3 [de la voz] breaking
está de muda
Phrases with "muda"
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se muda a su antiguo edificio
he moves back to his old building
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