Definitions for otterˈɒt ər
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ot•terˈɒt ər(n.)(pl.)-ters; -ter.
any of several aquatic, furbearing, weasellike mammals of the genus Lutra and related genera, having webbed feet and a long, slightly flattened tail.
the fur of an otter
freshwater carnivorous mammal having webbed and clawed feet and dark brown fur
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
a mammal with thick brown fur that lives in and near water
Any aquatic or marine carnivorous mammal, member of the family Mustelidae, which also includes weasels, polecats, badgers, and others.
A hairy man with a slender physique, in contrast with a bear, who is more broadly set
A river whose source in the Blackdown Hills, Somerset, and which flows into Lyme Bay in English Channel.
Origin: From oter. Cognate with Old High German ottar, Old Slavic , and Ancient Greek ὕδρα (“Hydra”, “water snake”). More etymology under English water.
An otter is any of 13 living species of semiaquatic mammals that feed on fish and shellfish, and also other invertebrates, amphibians, birds and small mammals. The otter subfamily Lutrinae forms part of the family Mustelidae, which also includes weasels, badgers, wolverines, and polecats.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
In naval mine warfare, a device which, when towed, displaces itself sideways to a predetermined distance.
Translations for otter
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
a type of small furry river animal that eats fish.
- ثَعْلَب ماءArabic
- lontraPortuguese (BR)
- der OtterGerman
- سمور آبیFarsi
- ऊद बिलावHindi
- سمور آبیPersian
- يو ډول د اوبو حيوانPashto
- su samuruTurkish
- 水獺Chinese (Trad.)
- con rái cáVietnamese
- 水獭Chinese (Simp.)
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