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moth pronunciación
noun any of various winged insects belonging to the same order as butterflies but generally duller in colour and night-flying, typically having a proboscis and four broad wings which fold down when resting.
[Anglo-Saxon moththe ]

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1 said of cloth, etc: damaged by clothes moths.
2 colloq old and worn.

noun a small ball of camphor or naphthalene that is placed in wardrobes, etc to keep away the clothes moth.
1 to postpone work on something (eg a project), or to lay it aside, especially for an indefinitely long time.
2 to put (clothes, linen, etc), with mothballs, into a place for long-term storage.
put something in mothballs to mothball it.

mother pronunciación
1 a female parent .
2 (usu the mother) the protective, nurturing, or loving qualities associated with a mother brings out the mother in her .
3 (also Mother) as a term of address or a title for:
a one's own female parent or stepmother, foster-mother, etc;
b (also Mother Superior) the head of a Christian female religious community;
c old use an old woman;
d an ancestress.
4 the cause or origin; the source from which other things have sprung or developed Necessity is the mother of invention .
5 slang short for motherfucker.
as adjective mother hen mother love mother earth .
verb (mothered , mothering )
1 to give birth to or give rise to someone or something.
2 to treat someone with care and protection, especially excessively so.
[Anglo-Saxon modor ]
motherhood noun the state or condition of being a mother.
motherless adjective .
motherly see separate entry.
be mother colloq, facetious to pour the tea or dish out the food Shall I be mother?
every mother's son every man, without exception.
the mother and father of a something or of all somethings colloq one that is bigger than any other the mother and father of a hangover .

mother country
1 a person's native country. Also called motherland.
2 the country that emigrants leave to settle elsewhere.

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