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langosta

[ lahng-gaws-tah; English lang-gos-tuh ]
/ lɑŋˈgɔs tɑ; English læŋˈgɒs tə /
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noun, plural lan·gos·tas [lahng-gaws-tahs; English lang-gos-tuhz]. /lɑŋˈgɔs tɑs; English læŋˈgɒs təz/. Spanish.
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How to use langosta in a sentence

  • They have a salt-water relative that is most excellent eating, as is also the lobster (langosta) of Cuban waters.

    Cuba, Old and New|Albert Gardner Robinson
  • This creature is called by the natives the “chapulin,” or langosta.

    The Western World|W.H.G. Kingston
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