tardigrade

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Pronunciation[change]

  • IPA: ˈtɑ:(ɹ)dɪ,gɹeɪd

Noun[change]

Singular
tardigrade

Plural
tardigrades

A tardigrade.
  1. A tardigrade is a very small animal (some so small that you can't see them without a tool) that has eight legs and lives in the water or in wet places.
    Our class tried to see a tardigrade with a magnifying glass, but we couldn't find any.