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amphibious

adjective uk   /æmˈfɪb.i.əs/ us  
of or relating to a type of animal that lives both on land and in water: amphibious animals relating to vehicles that operate both on land and in water: amphibious vehicles/aircraft an amphibious landing/attack (= from the sea onto the land)
Translations of “amphibious”
in Chinese (Traditional) (動物)水陸兩棲的, 水陸兩用的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (动物)水陆两栖的, 水陆两用的…
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