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sürüngen

Kurbağalar sürüngen midir? Onların memeli olduğunu sanmıyorum. - Are frogs reptiles? I don't expect them to be mammals.

Kaplumbağalar sürüngendir. - Turtles are reptiles.

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n cold-blooded, usually egg-laying vertebrates of the class Reptilia, as a snake, lizard, crocodile, turtle, or dinosaur, having an outer covering of scales or horny plates and breathing with lungs
Cold blooded animals with scales
Taxonomic class of vertebrates characterized by scales and amniotic eggs; the first truly terrestrial vertebrate group
Plural of reptile
reptile
mammal-like reptiles
plural form of mammal-like reptile
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{n} a creeping thing, a very mean person
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{a} creeping, grovelling, vulgar, low
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Creeping; moving on the belly, or by means of small and short legs
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Any vertebrate of the class Reptilia; cold-blooded tetrapods that are air-breathing at all stages of development Range: Pennsylvanian to present
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An animal that crawls, or moves on its belly, as snakes,, or by means of small, short legs, as lizards, and the like
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Reptiles are a group of cold-blooded animals which have skins covered with small hard plates called scales and lay eggs. Snakes, lizards, and crocodiles are reptiles. Any of the approximately 6,000 species of the class Reptilia, air-breathing vertebrates that have internal fertilization and a scaly body and are cold-blooded. Most species have short legs (or none) and have long tails, and most lay eggs. Living reptiles include the scaly reptiles (snakes and lizards; order Squamata), the crocodiles (Crocodilia), the turtles (Chelonia), and the unique tuatara (Rhynchocephalia). Being cold-blooded, reptiles are not found in very cold regions, and in regions with cold winters they usually hibernate. They range in size from geckos that measure about 1 in. (3 cm) long to the python, which grows to 30 ft (9 m); the largest turtle, the marine leatherback, weighs about 1,500 lbs (680 kg). Extinct reptiles include the dinosaurs, the pterosaurs, and the dolphinlike ichthyosaurs
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Any of a class of vertebrates that regulates its body temperature externally, has dry, glandless skin covered with scales, breathes through lungs and lays large eggs that develop on land
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One of the Reptilia, or one of the Amphibia
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A cold-blooded, air-breathing animal that has a backbone Reptiles have dry, scaly skin They move by either creeping on short legs or crawling on their bellies Most reproduce by laying eggs
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A groveling or very mean person
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Group of vertebrate animals that includes turtles, lizards, snakes, and crocodiles
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A cold-blooded vertebrate of the Class Reptilia
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Any vertebrate of the class Reptilia; cold-blooded tetrapods that are air-breathing at all stages of development Range, Pennsylvanian to present
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Any of a group of cold-blooded, air-breathing vertebrates usually covered with scales or bony plates
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Any of the cold blooded, largely dry land chordates of the class Reptilia The cool wetlands of the BWCA are not particularly hospitable to reptiles, whose presence is marked by three species of turtle (only one at all common), three small snakes, and no lizards (or crocs or gators, for that matter)
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common name for members of the cold-blooded vertebrate class Reptilia, including snakes, lizards, turtles, and crocodiles
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Reptiles are animals with dry scaly skin All reptiles are cold-blooded That means their body stays about the same temperature as their surroundings They breathe by means of lungs Snakes, crocodiles, turtles, Lake Eyre dragons and blue-tongued lizards are reptiles
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any cold-blooded vertebrate of the class Reptilia including tortoises turtles snakes lizards alligators crocodiles and extinct forms
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{i} (Zoology) any cold-blooded animal from the class Reptilia (such as snakes, lizards, etc.); despicable person, base person; any animal which creeps or crawls
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Hence: Groveling; low; vulgar; as, a reptile race or crew; reptile vices
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    Türkische aussprache

    reptaylz

    Aussprache

    /ˈreptīlz/ /ˈrɛptaɪlz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'rep-"tIl, -t&l ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English reptil, from Middle French or Late Latin; Middle French reptile , from Late Latin reptile , from neuter of reptilis creeping, from Latin reptus, past participle of repere to crawl; akin to Lithuanian replioti to crawl.

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