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Triassic

adjective uk   /traɪˈæs.ɪk/ specialized us  
from or referring to the period of time between around 245 and 208 million years ago, in which dinosaurs (= large reptiles that no longer exist) first appeared: the Triassic period Triassic plants
the Triassic
noun uk   us  
the Triassic period
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