amphibian

listen to the pronunciation of amphibian
Englisch - Türkisch
hem suda hem karada yaşayan hayvan
{s} yüzergezer
hem suda hem karada yaşayabilen hayvan
yüzer gezer araç
ikiyaşayışlı
hem karada hem suda gidebilen araç
{i} amfibi hayvan
{s} amfibi

Okulda amfibiyenler hakkında öğrendim. - I learned about amphibians at school.

Bir amfibinin yaşam döngüsü üç aşamadan oluşur: yumurta, larva ve ergin. - The life cycle of an amphibian consists of three stages: egg, larva and adult.

{i} amfibi araç
{s} suda ve karada yaşayabilen
i., zool. iki yaşayışlı hayvan
hem suya hem karaya inip kalkabilen uçak
(Askeri) AMFİBİ TAYYARE: iniş ve kalkışlarını hem karada hem suda yapmaya elverişli tayyare. Buna, genel olarak, "amphibian airplane" denir
böyle hayvanlarla ilgili
{s} karada ve suda çalışabilen
ikiyaşayışlı hayvan
yüzergezer araç
amphibian helicopter
amfibi hellkopter
amphibian tank
amfibi tank
amphibian vehicle
amfibi vasıta
amphibian helicopter
amfibi hellikopter
amphibian airplane
(Askeri) AMFİBİ TAYYARE: Bak. "amphibian"
amphibian tractor
(Askeri) AMFİBİ TRAKTÖR
amphibian truck
(Askeri) AMFİBİ OTO, AMFİBİ KAMYON: Hem karada hem suda hareket edebilen oto veya kamyon
amphibian truck company
(Askeri) AMFİBİ OTO BÖLÜĞÜ
air defense section; amphibian discharge site
(Askeri) hava savunma kısmı; amfibi yük boşaltım bölgesi
amphibians
iki yaşayışlılar
engineer amphibian unit
(Askeri) AMFİBİK İSTİHKAM BİRLİĞİ: İstihkam sınıfına mensup ve harekatı, su üzerinden geçip düşman elindeki bir kıyıya intikal ettirmeyi idare edecek şekilde eğitim görüp teçhiz edilmiş bir teşkil. Bunlar, özel hücum görevlerinde ve çıkarma harekatında kullanılır
float amphibian
(Havacılık) flotorlu amfibi uçağı
Englisch - Englisch
A vehicle which can operate on land and water
Pertaining to the Amphibia
Having two natures
An animal of the Amphibia; any four-legged vertebrate that does not have amniotic eggs, living both on land and in water
Frogs, toads, salamanders and newts These animals require water to complete their reproductive life cycles Amphibians are sometimes lumped with reptiles in a common slang term, ‘herps’ See Reptile, Herp
Cold-blooded tetrapods that breathe by means of gills in the early stages of life and by means of lungs in the later stages of life
An aircraft capable of operating off either land or water
Any vertebrate of the class Amphibia: cold-blooded tetrapods that breathe by means of gills in the early stages of life and by means of lungs in the later stages
An aircraft that can fly off of water or land The wheels retract into the hull or floats, depending upon the type of aircraft An amphibian can land on water and then extend the landing gear to allow it to pull up onto the shore Many seaplane bases had ramps to allow the airplanes to pull up onto dry land parking areas
n any of various cold-blooded, smooth-skinned vertebrate organisms of the class Amphibia, as a frog, that typically hatch as aquatic larvae that breathe by means of gills and metamorphose to an adult form with air-breathing lungs
An animal that typically lives partially in an aquatic habitat (breathing by gills) as young and primarily in a terrestrial habitat (breathing by lungs and through moist skin) as an adult, e g frogs
Vertebrate animals that have life stages both in water and on land (e g , salamanders, frogs, and toads)
animals that live on land and lay their eggs in water, including frogs, toads and salamanders
a flat-bottomed motor vehicle that can travel on land or water
A class of cold-blooded animals with moist glandular skins Their young pass through a larval, usually aquatic stage (for instance, the tadpole stage of the frog) before they metamorphose into adult form
Any of a class of vertebrates that regulate their body temperature externally; lay shell-less eggs in wet areas; live in water during early development and live both in water and on land as adults; and use lungs, gills and their skin for breathing Most have four legs and smooth, moist skin without scales
Class of vertebrates containing frogs, newts, salamanders, toads, caecilians
A lower form of the vertebrates having blood the same temperature as its surrounding medium, without scales, feathers, fur, or hair, which possess functional gills in the early stage of development Most are aquatic as young and terresterial as adults
cold-blooded vertebrate typically living on land but breeding in water; aquatic larvae undergo metamorphosis into adult form
relating to or characteristic of animals of the class Amphibia
An amphibian is an organism, such as a frog, toad, salamander, or some types of newts, having an aquatic early stage (e g tadpole) and developing air-breathing lungs as an adult (e g frog)
Vertebrate animal that has a life stage in water and a life stage on land (e g , salamanders, frogs, and toads)
A flying boat designed for the general aviation market by Goodyear during the 1950's
an airplane designed to take off and land on water
Vertebrate animals that have life stages both in water and on land (e g , salamanders, frogs, and toads) Animals capable of living either in water or land
Cold-blooded, smooth-skinned animals of the class Amphibia, including frogs, toads, and salamanders, characteristically hatching as aquatic larvae that breathe by means of gills and metamorphose to an adult form having air-breathing lungs
One of the Amphibia
Any four-legged vertebrate that does not have amniotic eggs, living both on land and in water
An amphibian is a vehicle which is able to move on both land and water, or an aeroplane which can land on both land and water. animals such as frogs that can live both on land and in water. Any member of a class (Amphibia) of cold-blooded vertebrate animals that includes more than 4,400 species in three groups: frogs and toads (order Anura), salamanders (order Caudata), and caecilians (order Apoda). Probably evolved from certain fish species of the Early Devonian period (417-391 million years ago), amphibians were the first vertebrates to move from an aquatic environment to land. Most species have an aquatic larval, or tadpole, stage that metamorphoses into a terrestrial adult, but a few species spend their entire life in water. Amphibians are found worldwide, the majority in the tropics
Amphibians are animals such as frogs and toads that can live both on land and in water
{s} able to live both on land and water (of animals); able to operate both on land and water (of vehicles, aircraft or troops)
cold-blooded vertebrate typically living on land but breeding in water; aquatic larvae undergo metamorphosis into adult form an airplane designed to take off and land on water a flat-bottomed motor vehicle that can travel on land or water
{i} cold-blooded vertebrate animal able to live both on land and water
Of or pertaining to the Amphibia; as, amphibian reptiles
amphibial
amphibian family
any family of amphibians
amphibian genus
any genus of amphibians
An amphibian
amphibium
amphibians
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amphibians
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amphibians
plural of amphibian
amphibians
a group of animals able to function on land and in water; frogs, toads, salamander
amphibians
are cold-blooded creatures that live in a moist habitat They hatch from eggs laid in water, where they spend the first part of their life cycle Amphibians begin life in water, breathing through gills, and end up living on land breathing through lungs The Prairie's most common amphibians include frogs and salamanders
amphibian

    Silbentrennung

    am·phi·bi·an

    Türkische aussprache

    ämfîbiın

    Aussprache

    /amˈfəbēən/ /æmˈfɪbiːən/

    Etymologie

    [ -bE-&n ] (noun.) 1835. From Ancient Greek ἀμφίβιον (amphibion), from ἀμφί (amphi, “"of both kinds"”) + βίος (bios, “life”)

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