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Meaning of “aquatic” - Learner’s Dictionary

aquatic

adjective     /əˈkwætɪk/
living or growing in water, or related to water: aquatic animalsWater and marsh plants, bushes and treesWater in general
Translations of “aquatic”
in Vietnamese dưới nước…
in Spanish acuático…
in Thai ที่ใช้ชีวิตอยู่ในน้ำ…
in Malaysian akuatik…
in French aquatique…
in German Wasser……
in Chinese (Traditional) 水棲的, 水生的, 水上的…
in Indonesian dalam air…
in Russian водный, водяной…
in Turkish suda yaşayan, büyüyen, su ile ilgili…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水栖的, 水生的, 水上的…
in Polish wodny…
(Definition of aquatic from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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