Definición de chiton en inglés:

chiton

Saltos de línea: chi¦ton
Pronunciación: /ˈkʌɪtɒn
 
, -t(ə)n/

sustantivo

  • 1A long woollen tunic worn in ancient Greece.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • To begin the day the class dressed in their chitons and prepared for an Olympics.
    • Over the chiton, if you could afford it, a woollen cloak was worn, made from an oblong piece of cloth, usually simply draped around the body, sometimes pinned on one side.
    • I pulled on a chiton and wrapped a himation around me since the day was cool.
  • 2A marine mollusc that has an oval flattened body with a shell of overlapping plates.
    • Class Polyplacophora
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • A chiton has eight overlapping shell plates, and can, if dislodged, roll into a rough ball with its plates on the exterior.
    • We do have pages on the Solenogastres and the worm-like Caudofoveata, as well as the chitons and some early shelled mollusks, the Rostroconchia.
    • Conchiferans are ‘all molluscs except chitons and aplacophorans’ - i.e. snails, cephalopods, etc.

Origen

from Greek khitōn 'tunic'. sense 2 is a modern Latin genus name.

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