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Sea/Marin/Ocean Animals

Sea / siː / (ছী) n {US ocean} [the salt water that covers most of the earth’s surface and surrounds its continents and islands] (সাগর; সমুদ্র): They sailed the seven seas in search of adventure. These mysterious creatures live at the bottom of the ocean. The wreck is lying at the bottom of the sea. The waste was dumped into the sea. The sea was calm /smooth/ rough when we crossed the channel. A sea voyage

Sea & Sea Animals Related Necessary Vocabulary Note  

Ø Continent / ˈkɑːntɪnənt / (ˈকাঃন্টিনন্ট্‌) n [one of the seven large land masses on the Earth’s surface, surrounded, or mainly surrounded by sea and usually consisting of various countries such as Europe, Asia or Africa] (মহাদেশ): He journeyed across continents in his quest for adventure.

Ø Sail / seɪl / (ছেল্‌) v {Pt. Pp. sailed / seɪld / (ছেল্ড্‌)} [(of a boat or ship or the people on it) to travel on water using sails or an engine] (<নৌকা বা জাহাজে>যাত্রা করা/ রওনা দেওয়া): The ship was sailing to China. 

Ø Adventure / ədˈventʃər / (ˈভেনচর্‌) n [an unusual, exciting or possibly dangerous experience, journey or series of events] (<অদ্ভুত, রোমাঞ্চকর বা বিপদসঙ্কুল, দঃসাহসিক>কর্মকাণ্ড বা অভিযাত্রা): He had some exciting adventures of Egypt Pyramid. 

Ø Mysterious / mɪˈstɪriəs / (মিˈছটিরিছ্‌) n [difficult to understand or explain; strange] (রহস্যময়; রহস্যপূর্ণ; দুর্বোধ্য): A mysterious illness is affecting all the animals.

Ø Wreck / rek / (রেক্‌) n [a vehicle or ship that has been destroyed or badly damaged in an accident] (<বিশেষত দুরঘটণায়>ধবংশ বা বিনাশ): She was pulled from the burning wreck by firefighters.

Ø Waste / weɪst / (ওএছ্‌ট্‌) n [materials that are no longer needed and are thrown away] (আবর্জনা; বর্জ্য পদার্থ): The Japanese recycle more than half of their waste paper. Household/Industrial/toxic wastes  

Ø Dump / dʌmp / (ডাম্প্‌) v {Pt. Pp. dumped / dʌmpt / (ডাম্প্‌ট্‌)} [to get rid of something unwanted, especially by leaving it in a place where it is not allowed to be] (<ময়লা, আবর্জনা নির্দিষ্ট স্থানে>ফেলা): Several old cars had been dumped near the beach.

Ø Calm / kɑːm / (কাঃম্‌) adj [(of the sea) without large waves] (<সাগর সম্বন্ধে>বড় ঢেউ না থাকা/শান্ত থাকা): The sea was dead calm.

Ø Smooth / smuːð / (স্মূদ্‌) adj [happening without any sudden changes, interruption, and inconvenience, or difficulty] (নিস্তরঙ্গ<সমুদ্র>; মসৃণ<গতি>): We had a very smooth flight with no turbulence<উত্তালতা> at all.

Ø Rough / rʌf / (রাফ্‌) n [having large and dangerous waves] (অশান্ত; উত্তাল <সাগর>): Ocean was too rough to sail the night.

Ø Cross / krɔːs / (ক্রোছ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. crossed / krɔːst / (ক্রোছ্‌ট্‌)} [to go across from one side of something to the other] (পার হওয়া; এক প্রান্ত হতে অন্য প্রান্তে যাওয়া): They crossed the finishing line together (=in a race). 

Ø Voyage / ˈvɔɪɪdʒ / (ˈভোইজ্‌) n [a long journey, especially sea or in space] (<বিশেষত দীর্ঘ> সমুদ্র যাত্রা; মহাশুন্য যাত্রা): The Titanic sank on its maiden voyage (=first journey). 

Marine / məˈriːn / (ˈরীন্‌) n [related to the sea creature and sea transport or trade] (সুমুদ্র সম্বন্ধীয়): The oil slick seriously threatens marine life around the islands. Marine biologists are concerned about the effects of untreated sewage that flowing into coastal waters. The central harbor area will be closed to all marine traffic from 3.40 pm to 4.15 pm.

Ø Related / rɪˈleɪtɪd / (রিˈলেটিড্‌) adj [~ (to Sth/Sb) connected with Sth/Sb in some way] (সম্পর্কিত; সম্বন্ধযুক্ত): These problems are closely related.

Ø Creature / ˈkriːtʃər / (ˈক্রীচর্‌) n [a living thing, real or imaginary that can move around, such as animal] (সৃষ্টি; জীব):

Oil slick
Oil slick
Ø Oil slick / ɔɪl slɪk / (ল্‌ স্লিক্‌) n [a layer of oil that is floating over a large area of the surface of the sea] (<সমুদ্রে> ভাসমান তেলের স্তর): They used suction equipment to clean up the oil slick.

Ø Threaten / ˈθretn / (ˈথ্রেটন্‌) v {Pt. Pp. threatened / ˈθretnd / (ˈথ্রেটন্ড্‌)} [to be a danger to Sth] (হুমকি স্বরুপ হওয়া; বিপদের লক্ষণ হওয়া): Pollution is threatening marine life.

<SYN> Endanger; Put at risk

Ø Concern / kənˈsɜːrn / (ˈছা্‌র্ন্‌) v {Pt. Pp. concerned / kənˈsɜːrnd / (ˈছা্‌র্ন্ড্‌)} [to cause worry to someone] (উদ্বিগ্ন হওয়া/করা): The state of my father’s health concerns us greatly.

Ø Untreated / ˌʌnˈtriːtɪd / (ˌআনˈট্রীটিড্‌) adj [(of substances) that is not cleaned and has no special chemical added to protect it or make it safe to use] (অপরিশোধিত): Untreated sewage/waste

Ø Sewage / ˈsuːɪdʒ / (ˈছূজ্‌) n [used water and waste substances that are produced by human bodies that are carried away from houses and factories through special pipes (=sewers)] (নর্দমার ময়লা পানি; পয়ঃনিষ্কাশন): In some parts of the country raw sewage is pumped straight into the ocean.

Ø Coast / ˈkoʊst / (ˈকৌছ্‌ট্‌) n [the land beside or near to the sea or ocean] (সমুদ্র উপকুল): This stretch of coast is famous for its beaches.

<ADJ> Coastal / ˈkoʊstl / (ˈকৌছটল্‌) adj [of or near a coast] (উপকূলীয়; উপকূলবর্তী):

Ø Harbor / ˈhɑːrbər / (ˈহাঃর্বর্‌) n {USA harbor} [an area of water on the coast, protected from the open sea by strong walls, where ships and boats can shelter] (পোতাশ্রয়): Several boats lay at anchor in the harbor.

Whale sea animal
Whale / weɪl / (ওএল্‌) n [a very large animal Whale is the common name for a widely distributed and diverse group of fully aquatic placental marine mammals. They are creatures of the open ocean; they feed, mate, give birth, suckle and raise their young at sea. They breathe air through a hole at the top of its head. There are several types of whale, such as Blue whale, Killer whale, Pilot whale, Sperm whale, some of which are hunted] (তিমি): Whales young is called calf.   

Ø Distribute / dɪˈstrɪbjuːt / (ডিˈছট্রিবিঊট্‌) v [(~ Sth) to spread Sth, or different parts of Sth, over an area] (ছড়িয়ে দেওয়া/থাকা): Cases of the disease are widely distributed through Europe.

Ø Diverse / daɪˈvɜːrs / (ডাˈভা্‌র্ছ্‌) adj [very different from each other and of various kinds] (বিচিত্র; বিবিধ; নানাবিধ; নানারকম): New York is a very culturally/ethnically<জাতিগতভাবে> diverse city.

Ø Aquatic / əˈkwætɪk / (ˈকোএ্যাটিক্‌) adj [growing or living in, on or near water] (জলজ <উদ্ভিত, প্রাণী, ইত্যাদি বিষয়ক>): aquatic plants/life/ecosystems<জীববৈচিত্র>

Ø Placenta / pləˈsentə / (প্লˈছেন্ট) n [the material that comes out of a woman or female animal’s body after a baby has been born, and which was necessary to feed and protect the baby] (<প্রাণীর গর্ভ> ফুল; গর্ভপরিস্রব):

<ADJ> Placental / pləˈsentəl / (প্লˈছেন্ট্‌ল্‌) adj [(biology) having a placenta] (প্রাণীদেহের গর্ভের ফুল সংক্রান্ত): placental mammals

Ø Mammal / ˈmæml / (ˈম্যাম্‌ল্‌) n [any animal of which the female gives birth to babies, not eggs, and feeds them on milk from her own body] (স্তন্যপায়ী প্রানী): Humans, dogs, elephants, and dolphins are all mammals, but bird, fish, and crocodiles are not.

Ø Feed / fiːd / (ফীড্‌) v {Pt. Pp. fed / fed / (ফেড্‌)} [(of a baby or an animal) to eat food] (<প্রধানত প্রাণীদের ক্ষেত্রে> খাদ্য গ্রহণ করা; খাওয়া): Slugs and snails feed at night.

<NOUN> Feed / fiːd / (ফীড্‌) n [food for animals or plants] (<গাছ বা প্রাণীর> খাদ্য): We have enough feed for the cattle. Liquid tomato feed

Ø Mate / meɪt / (মেট্‌) v {Pt. Pp. mated / meɪtɪd / (মেটিড্‌)} [(of two animals or birds) to have sex in order to produce young] (<পশুপাখি সম্পর্কে>বাচ্চা উৎপাদনের উদ্দেশ্যে যৌনক্রিয়ায় মিলিত হওয়া): Mating a horse with a donkey produces a mule.

Ø Suckle / ˈsʌkl / (ˈছাক্‌ল্‌) v {Pt. Pp. suckled / ˈsʌkld / (ˈছাক্‌ল্ড্‌)} [(of a woman or female animal) to feed a baby or young animal with milk from the breast or udder] (স্তন্য পান করানো; দুধ খাওয়ানো): The puppy went back to his mother to suckle.

Ø Raise / reɪz / (রেজ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. raised / reɪzd / (রেজ্‌ড্‌)} [to care for a child or young animal until it is able to take care of itself] (লালন পালন করে বড় করা): I was born and raised a city boy.

Ø Young / jʌŋ / (ইআঙ্‌) n [the babies of an animal] (<পশু বা পাখির>বাচ্চা): The females stay close to their offspring/young

<SYN> Offspring

Ø Breathe / briːð / (ব্রীদ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. breathed / briːðd / (ব্রীদ্‌ড্‌)} [to take air into your lungs and send it out again through your nose or mouth] (শ্বাস নেওয়া বা ফেলা): Try not to breathe in the fumes.

<NOUN> Breath / breθ / (ব্রেথ্‌) n [the air that you take into your lungs and send out again] (শ্বাসপ্রশ্বাস; দম; শ্বাস): His breath smelt of garlic.

Ø Calf / kæf / (ক্যাফ্‌) n {Plu. Calves / kævz / (ক্যাভ্‌জ্‌)} [a young animal of some other type such as a young elephant or whale] (গরু/হাতি/তিমির বাচ্চা বা বাছুর):

Blue whale
Blue Whale
Blue whale / ˌbluː ˈweɪl / (ˌব্লূ ˈওএল্) n [a mottled bluish-grey rorqual which is the largest living mammal and reaches lengths of up to 27 m (90 ft.)] (নীল তিমি):

Ø Mottled / ˈmɑːtəld / (ˈমআঃটল্ড্‌) adj [marked with areas of different colors that do not form a regular pattern] (বহুবর্ণে চিত্রবিচিত্র; নানাবর্ণের ছাপযুক্ত): the mottled skin of a snake

Ø Rorqual / ˈrɔːrkwəl / (ˈরোর্কওএল্‌) n [A baleen whale of streamlined appearance with pleated skin on the underside] ():

Killer whale sea animal
Killer Whale
Killer whale / ˈkɪlər weɪl / (ˈকিলর ওএল্‌) n {Also orca} [a large toothed sea mammal related to dolphins with distinctive black-and-white markings and a prominent dorsal fin. It lives in groups that hunt fish, seals, and penguins] (ঘাতক তিমি):

Ø Toothed / tuːθt / (টূথট্) n [having teeth] (দাঁতালা): The vehicle was driven by a toothed belt.

Ø Prominent / ˈprɑːmɪnənt / (ˈপ্রাঃমিনন্ট্‌) adj [describes something that is in a position in which it is easily seen] (লক্ষণীয়; উন্নত; সহজলক্ষ্য): The church tower was a prominent feature in the landscape.

Ø Dorsal / ˈdɔːrsəl / (ˈডোর্ছল্) n [on or upper side or back of an animal, plant, or organ] (পৃষ্ঠদেশীয়): a shark's dorsal fin

Ø Fin / fɪn / (ফিন্‌) n [a thin flat part that sticks out from the body of a fish and other aquatic animal, used for swimming and keeping balance] (<মাছ বা জলচর প্রাণীর>পাখনা): We could see the fin of a shark as it slowly circled our boat.

Humpback whale sea animal
Humpback Whale
Humpback whale / ˌhʌmpbæk ˈweɪl / (ˌহাম্প্‌ব্যাক্‌ ˈওএল্‌) n [a large whale with long front fins and a hump on its back instead of a back fin] (ককুদ তিমি):

Ø Hump / hʌmp / (হাম্প্‌) n [a round raised part on a person's or animal's back] (কুঁজ; ককুদ):

Pilot whale sea animal
Pilot Whale
Pilot whale / ˈpaɪlət weɪl / (ˈপাট ওএল্‌) n [a toothed whale that has black skin with a grey anchor-shaped marking on the chin, a low dorsal fin, and a square bulbous head that lives in warm seas] (পাইলট তিমি):

Ø Pilot / ˈpaɪlət / (ˈপাট্‌) n [a person who flies an aircraft] (বিমান-চালক):

Ø Bulbous / ˈbʌlbəs / (ˈবাল্বছ্,) n [shaped like a bulb; round and fat in an ugly way] (কন্দাকার; কন্দযুক্ত): He had a huge bulbous nose.

Sperm whale sea animal
Sperm Whale
Sperm whale / ˈspɜːrm weɪl / (স্পা্‌র্ম্‌ ওএল্‌) n [a large toothed whale with a massive head, typically feeding at great depths on squid, formerly valued for the spermaceti and sperm oil in its head and the ambergris in its intestines] (বীর্য তিমি):

Ø Sperm / spɜːrm / (স্পা্‌র্ম্‌) n {SYN semen} [the liquid that is produced by the male sex organs that contain these cells] (শুক্রাণু; বীর্য):

Ø Spermaceti / ˌspəːməˈsiːti / () n [a white waxy substance produced by the sperm whale, formerly used in candles and ointments] (এক জাতের তিমি মাছের মাথায় দ্রবীভূত আকারে প্রান্ত সাদা, মোমের মতো, তৈলাক্ত পদার্থ):

Ø Ambergris / ˈæmbərɡriːs / (ˈএ্যাম্‌বরগ্রীছ্‌) n [a waxy substance that originates as a secretion in the intestines of the sperm whale, found floating in tropical seas and used in perfume manufacture] (তিমি মাছের অন্ত্রে মোমতুল্য পদার্থবিশেষ, গন্ধদ্রব্যে ব্যবহৃত এই পদার্থ গ্রীষ্মমণ্ডলীয় সমুদ্রে ভাসমান দেখা যায়):

Ø Intestine / ɪnˈtestɪn / (ˈটেছ্‌টিন্‌) n [a long tube through which food travels from the stomach and out of the body while it is being digested] (অন্ত্র):

Narwhal / ˈnɑːrwɑːl / (নআঃর্‌ওয়াল্‌) n [a medium-sized Arctic whale, the male of which has a long forward-pointing spirally twisted tusk developed from one of its teeth] (আর্ক্টিক তিমি; নারওয়াল):

Ø Arctic / ˈɑːrktɪk / (আঃর্কটিক্‌) n [relating to the regions around the North Pole] (উত্তরমেরু সংক্রান্ত):

Shark / ʃɑːrk / (শাঃর্ক্‌) n [a large, powerful sea fish with very sharp teeth and a pointed/triangular fin on its back. There are several types of shark, some of which can attack people swimming] (হাঙ্গর): The boat went down in shark-infested waters off the coast of South Africa.   

loan shark
Loan shark
Ø <PHR> Loan shark / loʊn ʃɑːrk / (লৌন্‌ শাঃর্ক্‌) n [a person who charges very large amounts of money for lending money to someone] (সুদখোর):

Ø Triangular / traɪˈæŋgjələr / (ট্রাˈএ্যাঙ্‌গুর্‌) adj [shaped like a triangle] (ত্রিভুজাকৃতি): a triangular plot of land 

Ø Fin / fɪn / (ফিন্‌) n [a thin flat part that sticks out from the body of a fish and other aquatic animal, used for swimming and keeping balance] (<মাছ বা জলচর প্রাণীর>পাখনা): We could see the fin of a shark as it slowly circled our boat.

Ø <PHR-V> Go down (Sth) [to move down to a lower level or place] (ডুবে যাওয়া): Everyone took to the lifeboats when the ship started to go down.

Ø Infest / ɪnˈfest / (ˈফেছ্‌ট্‌) v {Pt. Pp. infested / ɪnˈfestɪd / (ˈফেছ্‌টিড্‌)} [(especially of insects or animals such as rats) to cause a problem by being present in large numbers] (উপদ্রব করা; বহু সংখ্যায় উপস্থিত থাকা): shark-infested<হাঙ্গর-উপদ্রব> waters 

Ø Off / ɔːf / (ওফ্‌) pre [down or away from a place or at a distance in space or time] (দূরে): an island off the coast of Spain

Ø Charge / tʃɑːrdʒ / (চাঃর্জ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. charged / tʃɑːrdʒd / (চাঃর্জড্‌)} [to ask an amount of money for something, especially a service or activity] (<কোনোকাজের জন্য>ভাড় বা দাম চাওয়া): How much/what do you charge for a haircut and blow-dry?

Ø Lend / lend / (লেন্ড্‌) v {Pt. Pp. lent / lent / (লেন্ট্‌)} [(of a bank or financial institution) to give money to Sb on condition that they pay it back over a period of time and pay interest on it] (ঋণ দেওয়া; ধার দাওয়া): The bank agreed to lend him € 50000.

Whale shark sea animal
Whale Shark
Whale shark / weɪl ʃɑːrk / (ওএল্‌ শাঃর্ক্‌) n [a very large tropical shark which typically swims close to the surface, where it feeds chiefly on plankton. It is the largest known fish] (তিমি হাঙ্গর): 

Hammerhead shark sea animal
Hammerhead / ˈhæmərhed / (ˈহ্যামর্‌হেড্‌) n {Also hammerhead shark} [a shark of tropical and temperate oceans that has flattened blade-like extensions on either side of the head, with the eyes and nostrils placed at or near the ends] (হাতুরমাথা হাঙ্গর):

Ø Temperate / ˈtempərət / (ˈটেমপট্‌) adj [(of a climate or region) having a mild temperature without extremes of heat or cold] (নাতিশীতোষ্ণ; না বেশি গরম না বেশি ঠাণ্ডা): In winter, the birds fly from the Arctic to more temperate zones.

Saw fish sea animal
Sawfish / ˈsɔːfɪʃ / (ˈছোফিশ্‌) n [a large, tropical, mainly marine fish related to the rays, with an elongated flattened snout that bears large blunt teeth along each side] (করাত মাছ):

Ø Snout / snaʊt / (স্নাউট্‌) n [the nose and mouth that stick out from the face of some animals, such as pig] (প্রাণীদের লম্বিত নাসা):

Ø Blunt / blʌnt / (ব্লান্ট্‌) n [not having a sharp edge or point] (ভোঁতা): a blunt knife 

Stingray / ˈstɪŋreɪ / (ˈস্টিঙ্‌রে) n [they are commonly found in the shallow coastal waters of temperate seas, with a long tail with a sharp sting in it that can cause serious wounds. They spend the majority of their time inactive, partially buried in sand, often moving only with the sway of the tide. Their flattened bodies are composed of thorax fins joined to their head and with an infamous tail trailing behind] (স্টিংরে; উষ্ণদেশীয় চওড়া চেপটা মাছ): 

Ø Find / faɪnd / (ফান্ড্‌) v {Pt. Pp. found / faʊnd / (ফান্ড্‌)} [to discover, especially where a thing or person is, either unexpectedly or by searching] (<খুঁজে/দেখতে>পাওয়া; আবিষ্কার করা): A whale was found washed up on the shore.

Ø Shallow / ˈʃæloʊ / (ˈশ্যালৌ) adj [not having much distance between the top or surface and the bottom] (অগভীর): These fish are found in shallow waters around the coast. 

Ø Temperate / ˈtempərət / (ˈটেমপট্‌) adj [(of a climate or region) having a mild temperature without extremes of heat or cold] (নাতিশীতোষ্ণ; না বেশি গরম না বেশি ঠাণ্ডা): In winter, the birds fly from the Arctic to more temperate zones.

Ø Sting / stɪŋ / (স্টিঙ্‌) n [the sharply pointed part of an insect or creature that can go into the skin leaving a small, painful and something poisonous wound] (হুল): The scorpion<বিচ্ছু> has a sting in its tail.

Ø Bury / ˈberi / (ˈবেরি) v {Pt. Pp. buried / ˈberid / (ˈবেরিড্‌)} [to cover Sb/Sth with soil, rocks, leaves, etc.] (মাটি চাপা দেওয়া; পুতে রাখা): The house was buried under ten feet of snow.

Ø Sway / sweɪ / (ছোএ) n [a movement from side to side] (দোলা; দোল): The sway of the yacht was making her feel sick.

Ø Tide / taɪd / (টাড্‌) n [the rise and fall in the level of the sea that happens twice every day, caused by the pull of the moon and sun] (জোযার-ভাটা): high-tide | ebb-tide

Ø Thorax / ˈθɔːræks / (ˈথোর‍্যাকছ্‌) n [the part of the body that is surrounded by the ribs, between the neck and the waist] (<প্রাণীদেহের>বুক):

Ø Infamous / ˈɪnfəməs / (ˈনফছ্‌) adj [well known for being bad or evil] (কুখ্যাত; জঘন্য; ঘৃণ্য): He is infamous for his bigoted sense of humor.
        <SYN> Notorious

Manta ray sea animal
Manta Ray

Manta ray / ˈmæntə ˌreɪ / (ˈম্যান্ট ˌরে) n {Also manta} [a very large, flat fish that lives in tropical seas and swims by moving two parts like large wing-shaped fins] (ম্যান্টা রে)

Octopus / ˈɑːktəpəs / (ˈআঃকটছ্‌) n [they are sea animals famous for their rounded bodies, bulging eyes, and eight long tentacles, and have a beak, with its mouth at the center point of the arms. They have no internal or external skeleton, allowing it to squeeze through tight places. They inhabit diverse regions of the ocean, including coral reefs, and the ocean floor] (অক্টোপাস; স্পজ্ঞের মতো নরম দেহ ও আট সুর বিশিষ্ট সামুদ্রিক প্রাণী): If threatened, octopuses shoot an inky fluid that darkens the water, confusing the aggressor, they are sometimes used for food.  

Bulging Eye
Ø Bulging / ˈbʌldʒɪŋ / (বালজিঙ্‌) adj [that sticks out from Sth in around sharp] (বেড়িয়ে থাকা; স্ফীতি): big bulging eyes

Ø Tentacle / ˈtentəkl / (ˈটেনটক্‌ল্‌) n [one of the long thin parts like arms of some sea creatures, which are used for feeling and holding things, catching food for moving] (<কোনোকোনো প্রাণীর দীর্ঘ, সরু, নরম, অস্থিহীন> শুঁড় <যা দ্বারা প্রাণী হাঁটাচলা করে, অনুভব করে>):

Ø Skeleton / ˈskelɪtn / (ˈস্কেলিটন্‌) n [the structure of bones that supports the body of a person or an animal; a model of this structure] (<প্রাণী দেহের>কঙ্কাল): The human skeleton consists of 206 bones.

Ø Squeeze / skwiːz / (স্কুঈজ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. squeezed / skwiːzd / (স্কুঈজড্‌)} [to press something firmly, especially from all sides in order to change its shape, reduce its size or remove liquid from it] (কচলানো; চারদিক থেকে পেষণ করা): I squeezed the last bit of toothpaste out of the tube.

Ø Inhabit / ɪnˈhæbɪt / (ন্‌ˈহ্যাবিট্‌) v {Pt. Pp. inhabited / ɪnˈhæbɪtɪd / (ন্‌ˈহ্যাবিটিড্‌)} [to live in a particular place] (বসবাস/বসতি/নিবাস করা): These remote islands are inhabited only by birds.

Ø Aggressor / əˈgresər / (ˈগরেছর্‌) n [a person or country that starts an argument, fight or war by attacking first] (আক্রামক; আক্রমণকারী): They are seen as the aggressors in the civil war.

Seahorse / siːhɔːrs / (ছীহোর্ছ্‌) n [a small sea fish that swims in a vertical/upright position and has a head that looks like the head of a horse. They are truly unique, and not just because of their unusual equine shape. Unlike most other fish, they are monogamous and mate for life. Rarer still, they are among the only animal species on Earth in which the male bears the unborn young] (সীহোর্ছ; সামুদ্রীকঘোড়া): 

Ø Unique / juˈniːk / (ইউˈনীক্‌) adj [very special or unusual] (অদ্বিতীয়; একমাত্র): Everyone’s fingerprints are unique.

Ø Unusual / ʌnˈjuːʒuəl / (আনˈউজল্‌) adj [different from others of the same type in a way that is surprising, interesting or attractive] (অস্বাভাবিক; অসামান্য; অদ্ভূত; উদ্ভট্‌): She has a very unusual name. 
      <SYN> Uncommon

Ø Equine / ˈiːkwaɪn / (ˈঈকোঅন্‌) n [connected with horses, or like a horse] (অশ্বতুল্য; অশ্বসংক্রান্ত): equine flu

Ø Unlike / ˌʌnˈlaɪk / (ˌআনˈলাক্‌) adj [(of two people or things) different from each other] (মতো নয়; অন্যরকম; আলাদা): Unlike you, I am not a great dancer.

Ø Monogamy / məˈnɑːgəmi / (ˈনাঃগমি) n [when someone has a sexual relationship or marriage with only one other person at a time] (একবিবাহ; একগামিতা):

<ADJ> Monogamous / məˈnɑːgəməs / (ˈনাঃগছ্‌) adj [] (একজনের সঙ্গে সারাজীবন থাক; একগামিণী; একগামি): Most birds are monogamous

Ø Species / ˈspiːʃiːz / (ˈস্পীশীজ্‌) n [a group into which animals, plants, etc. that are able to breed with each other and produce healthy young are divided, smaller than a genius and identified by a Latin name] (প্রজাতি): There are many species of dogs.

Ø Bear / ber / (বের্‌) v {Pt. bore / bɔːr / (বোর্‌); Pp. born / bɔːrn / (বোর্ন্‌)} [to give birth to a young/child] (জন্ম দেওয়া): Most animals bear their young in the spring.

Dolphin / ˈdɑːlfɪn / (ˈডাঃলফিন্‌) n [a sea mammal that is large, looks a large fish with a pointed mouth. They are a widely distributed and diverse group of aquatic animals. They are well known as the intelligent and charismatic stars of many aquarium shows. Their curved mouths give the appearance of a friendly, permanent laugh, and they can be trained to perform complex tricks] (ডলফিন; শুশুক): a school of dolphins  

Ø Charisma / kəˈrɪzmə / (ˈরিজম) n [the powerful personal quality that some people have to attract and impress other people] (বিশেষ শক্তি, সৌন্দর্য বা মহিমা; আধ্যাত্নিক শক্তি): The president has great personal charisma.

<ADJ> Charismatic / ˌkærɪzˈmætɪk / (ˌক্যারিজˈম্যাটিক্‌) adj [describe a person who has charisma] (আধ্যাত্নিক/সহজাত দক্ষতা সম্পন্ন): He was a charismatic figure with great appeal to the public.

Ø Star / stɑːr / (স্টাঃর্‌) n [a famous and excellent singer, performer, sports player, etc.] (তারকা): The star of the show was a young Italian singer.

Ø Aquarium / əˈkweriəm / (ˈকোরিম্‌) n [a large glass container in which fish and other creatures and plants are kept] (কৃত্রিম জলাধার):

Ø Permanent / ˈpɜːrmənənt / (ˈপার্মন্ট্‌) adj [describes something that exists or happens all the time] (অনবরত; নিরন্তর): Our office is in a permanent state of chaos.

Ø Trick / trɪk / (ট্রিক্‌) n [a clever action that Sb/Sth performs as a way of entertaining people] (কসরত; হাতসাফাই; ভেল্কিবাজি): He amused the kids with conjuring tricks.


Ø School / skuːl / (স্কূল্‌) n [a large number of fish or other sea animals, swimming together] (<বিশেষত মাছ/সামুদ্রিক প্রাণীর>ঝাঁক): a school of dolphins

<SYN> Shoal

porpoise, sea animal porpoise
Porpoise / ˈpɔːrpəs / (ˈপোর্পছ্‌) n [a mammal that lives in the sea, swims in groups and looks similar to a dolphin but has a shorter rounded nose and smaller body] (শিশুমার; উলুপী):

jellyfish, sea animal jellyfish
Jellyfish / ˈdʒelifɪʃ / (ˈজেলিফিশ্‌) n [a sea creature jellyfish are very weird, they have no eyes, no heart, no brain and are very simple organisms with a body like jelly have tiny stinging cells in their tentacles to stun or paralyze their prey before they eat them. Inside their bell-shaped body is an opening that is its mouth. They eat and discard waste from this opening. They dine on fish, shrimp, crabs, and tiny plants. Sea turtles relish the taste of jellyfish. Some jellyfish are clear, but others are in vibrant colors such as pink, yellow, blue, and purple. They are considered a delicacy and are used in chicness medicine] (জেলিফিশ):  

Ø Weird / wɪrd / (অর্ড্‌) adj [very strange or unusual and difficult to explain] (অস্বাভাবিক; ভূতুড়ে): the weird and wonderful creatures that live in the sea

<SYN> Strange

Ø Organism / ˈɔːrgənɪzəm / (ˈওর্গনিজম্‌) n [a single living plant, animal, virus, etc.] (এককভাবে যে কোনো প্রাণী বা উদ্ভিদ): Amoebae and bacteria are single-celled organisms. 
Ø Stun / stʌn / (স্টান্‌) v [to make a person or an animal unconscious for a short time, especially by hitting them on the head] (অচেতন করা; <আঘাতদিয়ে>হতচেতন/সংজ্ঞালোপ করা): The animals are stunned before slaughter.

 <SYN> Knockout

Ø Prey / preɪ / (প্রে) n [an animal, a bird, etc. that is hunted, and killed and eaten by another animal] (শিকার): A hawk hovered in the air before swooping on its prey.

Ø Discard / dɪskɑːrd / (ডিছ্‌কাঃর্ড্‌) v {Pt. Pp. discarded / dɪskɑːrdɪd / (ডিছ্‌কাঃর্ডিড্‌)} [to throw something away or get rid of it because you no longer want or need it] (বাতিল করা; পরিত্যাগ করা; ফেলে দেওয়া): The floor was littered with discarded newspapers.

Ø Waste / weɪst / (ওএছ্‌ট্‌) n [material that the body gets rid of as solid or liquid material] (<মানব/পশুপাখির>বর্জ্য/পায়খানা): The farmers use both animal and human waste as fertilizer.

Ø Dine / daɪn / (ডান্‌) v {Pt. Pp. dined / daɪnd / (ডান্ড্‌)} [to eat the main meal of the day, usually in the evening] (ভোজন করা): He once dined with the President of France.

<PHR-V> Dine on Sth [to have a particular type of food for dinner] (বিশেষ আহার করা): We dined on fresh local fish.

Ø Relish / ˈrelɪʃ / (ˈরেলিশ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. relished / ˈrelɪʃt / (ˈরেলিশ্‌ট্‌)} [to get great pleasure from Sth; to want very much to do or have Sth] (উপভোগ করা; রুচিকর হওয়া): I always relish a challenge.
         <SYN> Enjoy

Ø Vibrant / ˈvaɪbrənt / (ˈভাব্রন্ট্‌) adj [(of colors) very bright and strong] (অতিউজ্জ্বল; দীপ্তিময়): He always uses vibrant colors in his paintings.

 <SYN> Brilliant

Ø Delicacy / ˈdelɪkəsi / (ˈডেলিকছি) n [something especially rare or expensive that is good to eat] (উপাদেয়/রসনারেচক/সুস্বাদু খাদ্য; সুখাদ্য): In some parts of the world, sheep’s eyes are considered a great delicacy.   

Starfish / ˈstɑːrfɪʃ / (ˈস্টাঃর্‌ফিশ্‌) n [a flat animal that lives in the sea and has five arms which grow from its body and his shape like a star. They have bony, calcified skin, which protects them from most predators, and many wear striking colors that camouflage them or scare off potential attackers. Purely marine animals, there is no fresh water, and only a few live in brackish water] (তারামাছ): 

Ø Bony / ˈboʊni / (ˈবৌনি) adj [(of fish) full of small bones] (<মাছ>কাঁটাময়):

Ø Calcified / ˈkælsɪfaɪd / (ˈক্যালছিফাড্‌) adj [to become hard or make Sth hard by adding calcium salt] (চুন জমে কোনোকিছু শক্ত হওয়া):

Ø Predator / ˈpredətər / (ˈপ্রেডর্‌) n [an animal that hunts, kills and eats other animals] (শিকারজীবী প্রাণী; যে প্রাণী অন্য প্রাণী শিকার করে তার মাংস খায়): lions, wolves, and other predators

Ø Striking / ˈstraɪkɪŋ / (ˈস্ট্রাকিঙ্‌) adj [very attractive often in an unusual way] (আকর্ষণীয়; চিত্তগারী; চমক-লাগান): That hat looks very striking.
         <SYN> Stunning

Ø Camouflage / ˈkæməflɑːʒ / (ˈক্যামফ্লাঃজ্‌) n [the way that the color or shape of an animal or plant appears to mix with its natural environment to prevent it from being seen by attackers] (<বিশেষত প্রাণী> ছাদ্মবেশ/কূটবেশ): The lizard’s light brown skin acts as camouflage in the desert sand.

Ø Scare / sker / (স্কের্‌) v {Pt. Pp. scared / skerd / (স্কের্ড্‌)} [to frighten Sb] (ভীত/সন্ত্রস্ত/সচকিত করা; ঘাবড়ে যাওয়া/দেওয়া): You scared

Ø Potential / pəˈtenʃl / (ˈটেন্‌শ্‌ল্‌) adj [that can develop into Sth or be develop in the future] (সম্ভাব্য): First we need to identify actual and potential problems.

 <SYN> Possible

Ø Brackish / ˈbrækɪʃ / (ˈব্র্যাকিশ্‌) adj [(of water) salt in an unpleasant way] (<পানি সম্পর্কে> ঈষৎ লোনা): brackish lagoons<উপহ্রদ> / marshes<জলাভূমি

Sea urchin
Sea Urchin
Sea urchin / ˈsiː ˌɜːrtʃɪn / (ˈছী ˌআঃর্চিন্‌) n {Also urchin} [a small sea creature that lives in water that is not very deep, has a round flattened shell covered with sharp points like needles, and has flesh that can be eaten] (সমুদ্রশল্য):

Sea cucumber
Sea Cucumber
Sea cucumber / ˈsiː ˈkjuːkʌmbər / (ˈছী ˈকিঊকাম্বর্‌) n [an invertebrate animal that has a thick wormlike body is covered with lumps and has tentacles around the mouth. They typically have rows of tube feet along the body and breathe by means of a respiratory tree] (সামুদ্রিক শসা / কর্কন্ধু):

seal, sea animal seal
Seal / siːl / (ছীল্‌) n [there are many species of seals named for the fine fur that makes them so attractive to hunters. The common seal tends to be found in colder waters in many places around the world. When breeding season arrives, however, these social animals gather on shore in very large number. Powerful males, known as bulls, establish territories and gather harems of up to 40 females, battling their rivals to establish dominance. During this season coastline are filled with roaring, growling, honking seals] (সীল<মাছ>): a colony<বসতি> of seals   

Ø Breed / briːd / (ব্রীড্‌) v {Pt. Pp. bred / bred / (ব্রেড্‌)} [(of animals) to have sex and produce young] (<প্রাণী সম্বন্ধে>যৌন ক্রিয়া ও সন্তান উৎপাদন করা): His main income comes from breeding cattle.

Ø Shore / ʃɔːr / (শোর্‌) n [the land along the edge of the sea or ocean, a lake or another large of water] (<সমুদ্র>কূল; তীর; তট): The ship was anchored offshore.

Ø Bull / bʊl / (বুল্‌) n [a male cattle, or the male particular animals such as the elephant, seal, or the whale] (ছেলে বা মর্দা গরু/তিমি/ শিল/হাতি):

Ø Harem / ˈhærəm / (ˈহ্যারম্‌) n [a group of female animals that share the same male for reproducing] (মেয়ে প্রাণীদের হারেম):

Ø Roar / rɔːr / (রোর্‌) v {Pt. Pp. roared / rɔːrd / (রোর্ড্‌)} [to make a very loud, deep sound] (গর্জন করা; আর্তচিৎকার করা): We heard a lion roar.

Ø Growl / graʊl / (গ্রাল্‌) v {Pt. Pp. growled / graʊld / (গ্রাল্ড্‌)} [(of animals, especially dogs) to make a low sound in the throat, usually as a sign of anger] (<জীবজন্তু, বিশেষত কুকুর> গোঁ গোঁ শব্দ করা; <রাগে> গরগর করা): The dog growled at her and snapped> at her ankles.

Ø Honk / hɑːŋk / (হাঃঙ্‌ক্‌) v [of a goose or a car horn honks, it makes a short, loud sound] (<রাঁজহাস বা মটরগাড়ি> প্যাঁ পো শব্দ):

Elephant seal
Elephant Seal
Elephant seal / ˈelɪfənt siːl / (ˈএলিফন্ট্ছীল্) n [a large earless seal that breeds on the west coast of North America and the islands around Antarctica. The male is much larger than the female and has a very thick neck and a long trunk-like snout] (হস্তী সীল মাছ):

Sea lion sea animal
Sea Lion

Sea lion / ˈsiː ˌlaɪən / (ˈছী ˌলাইএন্‌) n [a large seal, found mainly in the Pacific that has large ears, the large male of which has a mane on the neck and shoulders, and can move on land] (সিন্ধু সিংহ):

Ø Mane / meɪn / (মেন্‌) n [the long thick hair that grows along the top of a horse’s neck or around the face and neck of a lion] (সিংহ বা ঘোড়ার ঘাড়ের উপর লম্বা চুল বা কেশর): The horse’s mane streamed in the wind.

Sea cow sea animal
Sea Cow
Sea cow / ˈsiː kaʊ / (ˈছী কাউ) n [a type of sea mammal like a large seal with a round tail, which lives in tropical areas] (সমুদ্রধেনু)

Manatee / ˌmænəˈtiː / (ˌম্যানˈটী) n [a large aquatic mammal, similar to a dugong, found mainly in shallow coastal waters and adjacent rivers in West Africa and the Caribbean. It has thick skin, a rounded fin at the back end of its body, and two flippers at the front] (সিন্ধু শুশুক):  

Dugong / ˈduːɡɑːŋ / (ˈডূগআঃঙ্‌) n [a large sea animal, that is found mainly in the Indian and Pacific oceans. It has thick, grayish skin, a divided fin at the back end of its body, and two flippers at the front and eats plants. It is distinguished from the manatees by its forked tail] (সামুদ্রিক উদ্ভিদ্‌ভোজি গাই)

Walrus / ˈwɔːlrəs / (ˈওআঃলরছ্‌) n [they are a large flipper marine mammal like a large seal. They have long tusks and a prominent mustache. They are extremely social but during the mating season, they are quite aggressive. They can slow down their heartbeat to withstand the chilly water temperatures and to help them stay underwater for as long as ten minutes. They are found near the Arctic Circle] (সিদ্ধুঘোটক): Walrus have many coarse whiskers.   

Ø Flipper / ˈflɪpər / (ˈফ্লিপর্‌) n [a flat part of the body of some sea animals such as seals and turtles, used for swimming] (সাঁতার কাটার জন্য সিল, কচ্ছপ, পেঙ্গুইন প্রভৃতির অঙ্গবিশেষ; তাড়নী):

Ø Tusk / tʌsk / (টাছ্‌ক্‌) n [either of the two long pointed teeth which stick out from the mouth of some animals such as elephants, walrus] (<হাতি, বন্যশূকর, ওয়ালরাস প্রভৃতির দীর্ঘ> দাঁত; হস্তিদন্ত):

Ø Prominent / ˈprɑːmɪnənt / (ˈপ্রাঃমিনন্ট্‌) adj [describes something that is in a position in which it is easily seen] (লক্ষণীয়; উন্নত; সহজলক্ষ্য): The church tower was a prominent feature in the landscape.

Ø Mustache / məˈstɑːʃ / (ˈছটাঃশ্‌) n {UK moustache} [a line of hair that grows on upper lip on a man or some animals] (গোঁফ; মোছ):

Ø Quite / kwaɪt / (কোআট্‌) adv [a little or a lot but not completely] (কিছুটা; মোটামুটি): It was quite a difficult job.

Ø Withstand / wɪðˈstænd / (ˈস্ট্যান্ড্‌) v {Pt. Pp. withstood / wɪðˈstʊd / (ˈস্টুড্‌)} [to be strong enough not to be hurt or damaged by extreme conditions, the use of force, etc.] (<চাপ, আক্রমণ, ইত্যাদির বিরুদ্ধে> নিজের অবস্থান টিকিয়ে রাখা; টিকে থাকা; ঠেকানো): a bridge designed to withstand earthquakes

<SYN> Resist; Stand up to  

Ø Coarse / kɔːrs / (কোর্ছ্‌) adj [rough and not smooth or soft, or not in very small pieces] (মোটা; অমসৃণ): coarse sand

Ø Whisker / ˈwɪskər / (ˈছকর্‌) n [any of the long stiff hairs that grow near the mouth of a cat, mouse or other mammals] (<বিড়াল, কুকুর ইত্যাদির> গোঁফ):

Squid / skwɪd / (স্কুড্‌) n [a sea creature with a long soft body, eight arms and two tentacles around its mouth, and that is sometimes used for food. They are able to change their skin color and pattern in seconds to stalk prey, escape enemies, attract mates, stand up to rivals, and communicate with one another] (স্কইড):

Penguin / ˈpeŋgwɪn / (ˈপেঙ্‌গুন্‌) n [they are a group of aquatic, flightless birds, they spend their entire lives on Antarctic ice and its waters. They breed in the winter. After a courtship of several weeks, a female lays one single egg then leaves! It’s egg’s yolk too large. Each penguin egg’s father balances it on his feet and covers it with his brood pouch, a very warm layer of feathered skin designed to keep the egg cozy. There the males stand, for about 65 days to a brook, through icy temperatures cruel winds, and blinding storms. Finally, after two months, the females return to the sea, bringing food to regurgitate] (পেঙ্গুইন):  

Ø Flightless / ˈflaɪtləs / (ˈফ্লাট্‌লছ্‌) adj [(of birds or insects) unable to fly] (উড়তে পারে না এমন <পাখি/কীটপতেঙ্গ>): The ostrich is a flightless bird.

Ø Entire / ɪnˈtaɪər / (ন্‌ˈটাইএর্‌) adj [(used when you are emphasizing that the whole of Sth is involved)] (সম্পূর্ণ; সমগ্র): I wasted an entire day on it.

courtship display
Ø Courtship / ˈkɔːrtʃɪp / (ˈকোর্ট্‌শিপ্‌) n [the special way animals behave in order to attract a mate for producing young animals] (প্রাণীদের যৌনমিলনের আগে স্ত্রী প্রাণীর সঙ্গে পূর্বরাগ): the elaborate courtship display of the pigeon  

Ø Lay / leɪ / (লে) v {Pt. Pp. laid // (লেড্‌)} [(of an animal, an insect, a fish, a bird) to produce eggs from out of the body] (ডিম পাড়া): The hens are not laying well.

Ø Yolk / joʊk / (ইঔক্‌) n [the round yellow part in the middle of an egg] (ডিমের কুসুম): separate the yolks from the whites

Ø Pouch / paʊtʃ / (পাচ্‌) n [a pocket on the lower part of the body of some animals in which their young are carried and protected after they are born] (<কোনোকোনো প্রাণীর দেহের> থলি; উপজঠর): Kangaroos carry their young in pouches. Brood pouch <ডিমে তা দেওয়ার থলে>

Ø Cozy / ˈkoʊzi / (ˈকৌজি) adj {UK cozy} [warm, comfortable and safe, especially because of being small or confined] (উষ্ণ ও আরামদায়ক): I felt warm and cozy sitting by the fire.

Ø Brook / brʊk / (ব্রুক্‌) v [to not allow Sth] (<কোনো ক্ষতি> সহ্য করা বা <কোন ক্ষতি করতে> অনুমতি দেওয়া): She would brook no criticism of her son.

Ø Cruel / ˈkruːəl / (ˈক্রূল্‌) adj [extremely unkind and unpleasant and causing pain to people or animals intentionally] (নিষ্টুর; যন্ত্রণাদায়ক): I cannot stand people who are cruel to animals.

Ø Blinding / ˈblaɪndɪŋ / (ˈব্লান্‌ডিঙ্‌) adj [very bright; so strong that you cannot see] (দৃষ্টি আচ্ছন্ন কারী): a blinding storm <ধূলিঝড়>

Ø Regurgitate / rɪˈgɜːrdʒɪteɪt / (রিˈগা্‌র্জিটেট্‌) v [to bring food that has been swallowed back up into the mouth again] (<বিশেষত পাখি, বাচ্চাদের খাওয়াতে, গলিত খাদ্য>উদগিরণ করা): The bird regurgitates partly digested food to feed their young.

sea turtle
Sea Turtle
Sea turtle / siː ˈtɜːrtl / (ছী ˈটা্‌র্টল্‌) n [they sometimes called marine turtles, are reptiles of the world’s largest species of a hard-shelled sea turtle. They spend most of their lives underwater, where they can rest for up to five hours at a time before coming up for air. They have strong paddle-like flippers that help propel them through the water. They are found nesting along the coasting of more than 80 countries, with the largest nesting populations found in Costa Rica and Australia] (সামুদ্রীক কচ্ছপ):   

Ø Population / ˌpɑːpjuˈleɪʃn / (ˌপাঃপুˈলেশ্‌ন্‌) n [a particular group of people or animals living in a particular area] (<কোনোস্থানে বসবাস রত প্রাণী/মানুষের> সংখা): The dolphin population has been decimated<বিপুলসংখ্যায় কমে যাওয়া> by tuna fishing.

Oyster / ˈɔɪstər / (ˈছটর্‌) n [a large flat sea creature that lives in a shell, some types of which can be eaten either raw or cooked, and other types of which produce pearls] (ঝিনুক): Oyster beds, on the mudflats, are a form of fish farming.

Ø Shell / ʃel / (শেল্‌) n [the hard outer covering of something, especially nuts, eggs, and some animals] (<বাদাম, ডিম, কচ্ছপ ইত্যা> খোসা; খোলা; খোল): Brazil nuts have very hard shells. We collected shells on the beach.

<VERB> Shell / ʃel / (শেল্‌) v {Pt. Pp. shelled / ʃeld / (শেল্ড্‌)} [to remove the shell or covering from nuts, peas, etc.] (<বাদাম ইত্যাদের খোসা> ছেলা/ছাড়ানো): shell the nuts.


Mussel / ˈmʌsl / (ˈমাছল্‌) n [a small sea creature that has a brown or purplish-black shell with two parts that close tightly together. they can be eaten] (শুক্তি-ঝিনুক):

Cockle / ˈkɑːkl / (ˈকাঃক্‌ল্‌) n [a small rounded sea creature with a shell, common in Europe, which can be eaten] (ভোজ্য গেঁড়িশামুক): True cockle live in sandy, sheltered beaches throughout the world.

Ø Sandy / ˈsændi / (ছ্যান্‌ডি) adj [covered with or containing sand] (বালুময়): a lovely sandy beach

Ø Sheltered / ˈʃeltərd / (শেল্‌টর্ড্‌) adj [protected from wind, rain or other bad weather] (নিরাপদ আশ্রয়): a sheltered beach

Clam / klæm / (ক্ল্যাম্‌) n [a type of sea creature with a shell in two parts that can close together tightly, and a soft body which can be eaten] (ভোজ্য ভেনাস-ঝিনুক): clam bisque/soup   

Ø Bisque / bɪsk / (বিছ্‌ক্‌) n [a thick creamy soup specially made from shellfish (=sea creature that lives in shells)] (খোলকি প্রাণীর ঝোল): lobster/clam bisque   

Conch / kɑːntʃ / (কান্‌চ্‌) n [they are a number of different medium to large-sized sea snails or their large spiral shell. Their meat is eaten raw in salads or cooked, as in burgers and gumbos. All part of the conch meat is edible] (শঙ্খ; শাঁখ):


Ø Spiral / ˈspaɪrəl / (ˈস্পাল্‌) adj [moving in a continuous curve that winds] (পেঁচানো; সর্পিল; পাকানো):

Crab / kræb / (ক্র্যাব্‌) n [a sea animal with a round flat body covered by a hard shell, eight legs, two pincers (=curved and pointed arms for catching and holding things) and its flesh is eaten as food. They move sideways on land] (কাঁকড়া): All the shops on the seafront had crab for sale.

pincer, crab pincer
Ø Pincer / ˈpɪnsər / (ˈপিন্‌ছর্‌) n {Plu. pincers} [one of a pair of curved claws of some types of sea animal, such as crabs and lobsters] (সাঁড়শি নখর):

Ø Sideways / ˈsaɪdweɪz / (ˈছাইড্‌ওএজ্‌) adv [in a direction to the left or right, not forward or backward] (একপাশে বা একদিকে চালিত): The fence is leaning sideways.

Ø Seafront / ˈsiːfrʌnt / (ˈছীফ্রান্ট্‌) n [the part of town facing the sea/ocean] (শহরের সমুদ্রমুখী অংশ): We rented a house on the seafront.

Clown fish sea animal

Clownfish / ˈklaʊnfɪʃ / (ˈক্লান্ফিশ্) n [a small tropical marine fish with red, orange, or yellow with white stripes. It lives in warm or tropical seas and is protected from their stings by mucus] (ক্লাউন্ফিশ্):

codfish, cod
Cod / kɑːd / (কাঃড্‌) n [a large sea fish is popular as a food with a mild flavor and a dense, flaky, white flesh. Cod livers are processed to make cod liver oil, an important source of vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, and omega-3 fatty acids] (কড মাছ): cod fillet   

Ø Flaky / ˈfleɪki / (ˈফ্লেকি) adj [coming off easily in small, flat, thin pieces] (শুকনা চামড়া; পরত): dry flaky skin

Ø Flesh / fleʃ / (ফ্লেশ) n [the soft part of fruits, vegetables, and animals which are between the skin and bones/seeds] (­ফল; সবজি বা প্রাণী দেহের মাংসল অংশ; কাঁচামাংস): The thorn went deep into the flesh of my hand. The flesh of the cod is white. 

Ø Fillet / fɪˈleɪ / (ফিˈলে) n [a piece of meat or fish without bones] (মাছ বা মাংসের কাটা টুকরা): a fillet of cod fish

sponge, sea sponge
Sponge / spʌndʒ / (স্পান্‌জ্‌) n [a simple sea creature with a light body full of holes, from which natural sponge is obtained] (স্পনজ):

Ø Obtain / əbˈteɪn / (বটেন্‌) v {Pt. Pp. obtained / əbˈteɪnd / (বটেন্ড্‌)} [to get Sth, especially by asking for it, buying it, working for it or producing it from Sth else] (পাওয়া; নিজের জন্য অর্জন বা সংগ্রহ করা): I finally managed to obtain a copy of the report.  

Coral / ˈkɔːrəl / (ˈকোরল্‌) n [they are marine invertebrates, with a substance that is red, pink or white in color, and that forms on the bottom of the sea from the bones of very small creatures. Coral is often used in jewelery] (প্রবাল): coral reefs/islands  

Necessary Vocabulary 

Ø Invertebrate / ɪnˈvɜːrtɪbrət / (ন্‌ˈভা্‌র্টিব্রট্‌) n [any animal with no backbone/spine such as worm] (অমেরুদন্ডিপ্রাণী): 

Ø Reef / riːf / (রীফ্‌) n [a long line of rocks or sand just above or just below the surface of the sea] (<সমুদ্রপৃষ্টের কিঞ্চিৎ নীচে বা উপরে> শৈলশিরা): a coral reef <প্রবাল প্রাচীর>

Sea anemone
Sea Anemone

Sea anemone / ˈsiː əˌneməni / (ˈছী ˌনেমনি) n [a soft, brightly coloured sea creature that looks like a flower and often lives on rocks under the water] (সামুদ্রিক এনেমানি):  

Learn to Spell Sea Animals Names

Noted From Google Image, National Geographic, Oxford & Cambridge Dictionary 

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