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amphibian

noun   /æmˈfɪb.i.ən/
an animal, such as a frog, that lives both on land and in water but must produce its eggs in water anfibio 26
(Definition of amphibian from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

amphibian

noun /ӕmˈfibiən/
(biology) a creature that spends part of its life on land and part in water anfibio Frogs are amphibians.
a vehicle designed to move on land or in the water. vehículo anfibio
an aircraft designed to fly from land or water. avión anfibio
amphibious adjective
anfibio an amphibious vehicle.
(Definition of amphibian from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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