Amphibious (adjective)

Able to live both on land and in water.

Origin:

From greek ἀμφί (amphi-, "on both sides") + βίος (bios, "lif.e")

Examples:

  1. Amphibious animals, such as frogs and newts, can live both on land and in water.
  2. Amphibious vehicles, such as hovercrafts, can travel on both land and water.
  3. The amphibious assault was a combined operation of naval and ground forces.
  4. The amphibious landing was a key part of the invasion plan.
  5. The amphibious plant, like the lotus, can survive in both water and land.
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