a South American tailless rodent, Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris, living along the banks of rivers and lakes, having partly webbed feet: the largest living rodent.
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How to use capybara in a sentence
You can prompt it, for example, to produce “a painting of a capybara sitting in a field at sunrise.”AI armed with multiple senses could gain more flexible intelligence | Katie McLean | February 24, 2021 | MIT Technology Review
Though it may have never seen this before, it can mix and match what it knows of paintings, capybaras, fields, and sunrises to dream up dozens of examples.AI armed with multiple senses could gain more flexible intelligence | Katie McLean | February 24, 2021 | MIT Technology Review
Venezuela: The country to the south takes us in a pretty weird direction by offering the capybara.
We sat down to supper, Franz eager to partake of his capybara.The Swiss Family Robinson | Johann David Wyss
A little game, a capybara, and a bird like a crow with a brown rump, were hung on the screen.The Sea and the Jungle | H. M. Tomlinson
The bony palate between the grinding teeth is sometimes as in the Hares very short, sometimes as in the capybara very long.The Vertebrate Skeleton | Sidney H. Reynolds
Like its big relation, the capybara, it always takes up its abode in the neighbourhood of water.The Western World | W.H.G. Kingston
The squeaking was still going on within, so we knew that Dame capybara and her family were at home.The Three Lieutenants | W.H.G. Kingston
British Dictionary definitions for capybara
the largest rodent: a pig-sized amphibious hystricomorph, Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris, resembling a guinea pig and inhabiting river banks in Central and South America: family Hydrochoeridae
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