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serpiente in English:

1. snake snake


Seen from the sky, the river looked like a huge snake.
Judging by the swelling, the man must have been bitten by a snake.
You are a snake!
While on a mountain trip, I was chewing on some hard, stale bread when I happened upon a huge snake.
The twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac come from eleven kinds of animals originating in nature, namely the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, horse, snake, monkey, rooster, dog and pig, as well as the legendary form of the dragon, and are used as a calendar.
It's not good to wake a sleeping snake.
She beat off a big snake with a plastic toy bat.
We suspect it's about a poisoning by snake bite.
snake crawls
A snake has no legs and makes a noise like sssss
I've got several unusual pets, including a snake.
He might pretend to be your friend but deep down inside he's a snake.
I don't mind spiders, but I can't stand snakes!
a long snake
An adventurous sort, Lester downed the whole bottle of habu sake in one show-stopping chug. Only the snake was left, securing Lester as an Okinawan national treasure.

English word "serpiente"(snake) occurs in sets:

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2. serpent's serpent's



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