Good morning! What is the plural of nutria in Spanish? In English nutria is singular and plural. I wonder if Spanish is the same.
Do you mean that the plural of " otter" is not " otters"? Here Definition of OTTERotter they say that both " otter" and "otters" are acceptable plurals.Good morning! What is the plural of nutria in Spanish? In English nutria is singular and plural. I wonder if Spanish is the same.
Nutria is also an English word. I think she's looking for the Spanish plural of this English word (nutria). Not the plural of otter.
The word "nutria" is used in some parts of the U.S. (I specifically remember hearing it in Louisiana) to describe a small aquatic mammal. And I think the plural is "nutria," as @cambiandodetema says.I've never hear "otter" as a plural, without the "s".
Yes, it's what happens with introduced species, like beavers in the Patagonia, grey squirrels in the UK, and so on and so forth.Ok, I see, I had no idea that they called coipúes " nutria" in English. Here they are considered a pest/ an invasive species. "Nutria" is the Spanish name for otters, not for coipúes.
In Spanish those animals are called coipos (or its variants). Spanish nutria refers to what is called otter in English, a different species.