[in-sek-tuh-vawr, -vohr] /ɪnˈsɛk təˌvɔr, -ˌvoʊr/
an animal or plant.
any mammal of the order Insectivora, comprising the moles, shrews, and Old World hedgehogs.
any placental mammal of the order Insectivora, being typically small, with simple teeth, and feeding on invertebrates. The group includes shrews, moles, and hedgehogs
any animal or plant that derives nourishment from insects
1863, from French insectivore (1817), from Latin insectivorus, from comb. form of insectum (see insect) + vorare “devour, swallow” (see voracity).
[in-sek-tiv-er-uh s] /ˌɪn sɛkˈtɪv ər əs/ adjective 1. adapted to feeding on insects. 2. Botany. having specialized leaves or leaf parts capable of trapping and digesting insects, as the Venus’s-flytrap, the pitcher plants, and the sundews. /ˌɪnsɛkˈtɪvərəs/ adjective 1. feeding on or adapted for feeding on insects: insectivorous plants 2. of or relating to the […]
- Insectivorous bat
noun 1. any bat of the suborder Microchiroptera, typically having large ears and feeding on insects. The group includes common bats (Myotis species), vampire bats, etc Compare fruit bat
[in-sek-tol-uh-jee] /ˌɪn sɛkˈtɒl ə dʒi/ noun 1. .
noun, Chemistry. 1. .