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amphibious

am·phib·i·ous / amˈfibēəs/ • adj. relating to, living in, or suited for both land and water: amphibious habitats an amphibious vehicle. ∎  (of a military operation) involving forces landed from the sea: an amphibious assault. ∎  (of forces) trained for such operations.

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