larvate


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larvate

(ˈlɑːveɪt) or

larvated

adj
(Zoology) masked or hidden
Translations

lar·vate

a. larvado-a. rel. a un síntoma atípico o insidioso.
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Uteri wide, filled with numerous eggs; egg shell thin, smooth, hyaline; larvate eggs placed near to the vagina 114.