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sting·ray / ˈstingˌrā/ • n. a bottom-dwelling marine ray with a flattened diamond-shaped body and a long poisonous serrated spine at the base of the tail. Two families: Dasyatidae (the long-tailed stingrays) and Urolophidae (the short-tailed stingrays). Its several species include the long-tailed common stingray (Dasyatis centrourus).

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stingray Any of several species of bottom-dwelling elasmobranch fish that live in marine waters and in some rivers in South America. It has a flattened body, with wing-like fins around the head. It has a long, slender tail which can inflict a venomous sting to stun prey, and can cause injury to human beings. Width: to 2.1m (7ft). Family Dasyatidae.

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stingray
1. See DASYATIDAE.

2. (river stingray) See POTAMOTRYGONIDAE.

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stingray: see ray.

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Stingray ★½ 1978 (PG)

Two guys buy a Corvette, not knowing it's loaded with stolen heroin. Gangsters with an interest in the dope come after them, and the chase is on. Very violent and not all that funny. 105m/C VHS, DVD . Chris Mitchum, Sherry Jackson, Les Lannom; D: Richard Taylor.

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