plastrón

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Etymology[edit]

From French plastron, from Italian piastrone, augmentative of piastra "thin metal plate", short for impiastro "plaster", from Latin emplastrum (compare Spanish emplastro), from Ancient Greek εμπλαστρον ‎(emplastron) (emplastron) "daub, salve".

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plastrón m ‎(plural plastrones)

  1. (zoology) plastron

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References[edit]

plastrón” in Diccionario de la lengua española, Vigésima segunda edición, Real Academia Española, 2001.