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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of dibranchiate mollusk

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of dibranchiate mollusk:
/dɪbɹɑnt͡ʃiejt mɑləsk/

Derived Form of dibranchiate

noun
plural: dibranchiates
Noun
1
cephalopods having two gills
Synonymsdibranch, dibranchiate mollusk,
Type ofcephalopod, cephalopod mollusk,

Derived Form of mollusk

noun
plural: mollusks
Noun
1
invertebrate having a soft unsegmented body usually enclosed in a shell
Synonymsmollusc, shellfish,
Hyponymsbivalve, cephalopod, chiton, gastropod, scaphopod,
Hypernymsinvertebrate,
Meronymscarapace, shellfish,
Partscarapace, cuticle, shell, shellfish,
Type ofinvertebrate,
Typesbivalve, cephalopod, cephalopod mollusk, chiton, coat-of-mail shell, gastropod, lamellibranch, pelecypod, polyplacophore, scaphopod, sea cradle, univalve,
Part ofMollusca, phylum Mollusca,

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  1. This is at fiendishly toxic mollusk that's as great a
  2. you might want to try monoplacophorans, a type of mollusk
  3. Theyre so simple that researchers once believed they could be the original mollusk,
  4. Newer research suggests that, instead of being the OG mollusk, theyre actually a super
  5. specialized branch on the mollusk family tree which is only getting more complicated
  6. makes its way into the shell of a mollusk
  7. the mollusk starts to coat the debris with nacre,
  8. Pearl farmers insert a piece of mollusk tissue,
  9. Pearl farmers pry open the mollusk shell
  10. on the size of the mollusk.
  11. mostly by the mollusk it comes from.
  12. is the species of the mollusk.
  13. there is a donor tissue used from another living mollusk,
  14. Instead of being a small, inconspicuous mollusk
  15. That's actually a mollusk.
  16. This is a mollusk, they're related to slugs and snails.
  17. - It's a chiton, it is actually a type of mollusk
  18. And what they will do, let's say my hand is a mollusk,
  19. What it will do is completely engulf the mollusk,
  20. This is a mollusk.