Word: vestigial

Category: vestigial

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Synonyms: vestigial

rudimentary, undeveloped, nonfunctional, primitive, remaining, surviving, residual, leftover, lingering

Translations: vestigial

spanish
vestigio, vestigios, vestigiales, rudimentario


german
verkümmert, verkümmerte

french
rudimentaire

italian
di vestigia, vestigiale, rudimentale, vestigia

portuguese
vestígio, vestigiais, residual, vestígio de

dutch
rudimentair, rudimentaire, overblijvende, de rudimentaire

russian
исчезающий, остаточный

norwegian
dannet, rudimentært, tilbakedannet, et rest

swedish
rudimentär, rudimentärt, stympat, rudimentära

finnish
surkastunut, surkastuneet, jäänneominaisuudet, jäännöselimiin, surkastuneeksi

danish
rudimentære

czech
zakrnělý

polish
śladowy, szczątkowy

hungarian
csökevényes, csonka, A csonka, csonkaoldalsávos, a csökevényes

turkish
artakalan, körelmiş, işlevini kaybetmiş, körelmiş organ

greek
υποτυπώδης, εκλιπών, υπολειμματικά, υποτυπώδη, υποτυπώδες

ukrainian
залишковий, сліди

albanian
rudimentar, mbetur nga e kaluara, i mbetur nga e kaluara

bulgarian
рудиментарен, закърнял, атрофиран, закърнели, атрофирало

belarusian
рудыментарны

estonian
rudimentaarne

croatian
preostali, degenerativni, suvišni

lithuanian
Išnyksta, Likutinė, Vestigial, Liekamosios šalinės

macedonian
атрофиран

romanian
vestigiu, vestigială, rămășiță, o rămășiță

slovenian
Preostali

slovak
zvyškový, zbytkový, zostatkový, reziduálny, zostávajúci

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The meaning and "use of": vestigial

adjective
  • forming a very small remnant of something that was once much larger or more noticeable.

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