amphibious

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From Ancient Greek ἀμφίβιος ‎(amphíbios). From ἀμφί ‎(amphí) + βίος ‎(bíos, life).

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amphibious

  1. Capable of functioning on land or in water.
  2. Occurring on both land and water.
    amphibious attack

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