Portuguese man-of-war
Noun

Portuguese man-of-war

  1. Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see Portuguese, man-of-war
  2. A floating colony of hydrozoans (Physalia physalis) attached to a float; it superficially resembles a jellyfish.
Translations
  • French: galère portugaise, physalie, vessie de mer
  • German: Portugiesische Galeere
  • Italian: caravella portoghese
  • Portuguese: caravela-portuguesa
  • Russian: португа́льский кора́блик
  • Spanish: carabela portuguesa



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