The larva of the botfly, which is an internal parasite of animals. It lives typically in the stomach, finally passing through the host’s dung and pupating on the ground.
- Traditionally, the most effective treatments for the control of horse bots have been applied at least 30 days after the first killing frost.
- One exception is to be certain the horse is dewormed for bots each fall and spring.
- If not removed, the eggs are eventually ingested as the horse nuzzles its legs and can cause problems, even death, if the horse isn't given a wormer that kills bots.
Early 16th century: probably of Low German origin.
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1(Chiefly in science fiction) a robot.
- We've got a big expo coming up, and if you'd like to show off your bots, the Summer Robot Games & Expo in San Francisco is a great opportunity to do so.
- He left the room, leaving the smoldering training robot for the cleaner bot to pick up.
- There were also several trucks, and some bots that looked like automated forklifts.
1.1 Computing An autonomous program on a network (especially the Internet) that can interact with computer systems or users, especially one designed to respond or behave like a player in an adventure game.
- In co-op play, online players team up against bots to accomplish missions.
- The search engine bots would certainly have downloaded that meta-data and may have it stored in databases ready for somebody to just ask nicely.
- Where that information comes from is unclear; the report's authors believe some of the bots are interfacing in real time with credit card company databases.
1960s: shortening of robot.
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