/ (dɪˈtɪsɪd, daɪ-) /
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any carnivorous aquatic beetle of the family Dytiscidae, having large flattened back legs used for swimming
of, relating to, or belonging to the Dytiscidae
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Word Origin for dytiscid
C19: from New Latin Dytiscus genus name, changed from Greek dutikos able to dive, from duein to dive
Words nearby dytiscid
dystrophic, dystrophication, dystrophin, dystrophy, dysuria, dytiscid, Dyula, DZ, Dzaudzhikau, Dzerzhinsk, Dzhambul
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How to use dytiscid in a sentence
The Gyrinid, which come very near to the Dytiscid, like water which is clear and a little agitated.The Insect World|Louis Figuier