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fluke1 British & World English

An unlikely chance occurrence, especially a surprising piece of luck

fluke2 British & World English

A parasitic flatworm which typically has suckers and hooks for attachment to the host. Some species are of veterinary or medical importance

fluke3 British & World English

A broad triangular plate on the arm of an anchor

fluke English Thesaurus

by a fluke I had a cancellation

blood fluke British & World English

Another term for schistosome.

liver fluke British & World English

A fluke which has a complex life cycle and is of medical and veterinary importance. The adult lives within the liver tissues of a vertebrate, and the larva within one or more secondary hosts such as a snail or fish

sail-fluke British & World English

Another term for megrim.

Chinese liver fluke in liver fluke British & World English

A fluke which has a complex life cycle and is of medical and veterinary importance. The adult lives within the liver tissues of a vertebrate, and the larva within one or more secondary hosts such as a snail or fish


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