[ trahy-den-teyt ]
/ traɪˈdɛn teɪt /
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having three teeth or toothlike parts or processes.
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Words nearby tridentate
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How to use tridentate in a sentence
The maxillæ; end in a tridentate lacinia as usual, though the palpi and galea I have not yet studied.Our Common Insects|Alpheus Spring Packard
British Dictionary definitions for tridentate
/ (traɪˈdɛnteɪt) /
anatomy botany having three prongs, teeth, or points
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Medical definitions for tridentate
[ trī-dĕn′tāt′ ]
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