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dibranchiate any of various tentacled mollusks, such as octopus and squid, that have one pair of gills.
dibs (informal) a right or claim to something. [2 definitions]
dice small cubes with dots on each side numbering one to six, often used in pairs for board games and games of chance. [4 definitions]
dicephalous two-headed, as an abnormal fetus.
dicey (informal) chancy or dangerous; risky.
dichloride a chemical compound that contains two atoms of chlorine for each other element or group. (See bichloride.)
dichotomy division or separation into two usu. opposed parts, positions, or opinions. [2 definitions]
dichromate a chemical compound that contains two chromium atoms per molecule, characterized by an orange-red color; bichromate.
dichromatic having or showing two colors. [3 definitions]
dichromic1 able to recognize only two colors; colorblind; dichromatic.
dichromic2 containing two chromium atoms per molecule.
dick (slang) a detective. [2 definitions]
dickcissel a sparrowlike American songbird characterized, in the male, by a yellow breast and a black mark at the throat.
dickens devil; deuce (usu. prec. by "the").
dicker to argue over price or value; bargain; haggle. [2 definitions]
dickey a woman's blouse front for wearing under a jacket or for covering the neckline. [5 definitions]
diclinous of a plant, having the pollen-bearing and seed-bearing organs in separate flowers. [2 definitions]
dicot see dicotyledon.
dicotyledon a member of a large group of flowering plants that bear two embryonic seed leaves at sprouting, such as oaks, beans, and cabbages. (Cf. monocotyledon.)
dicoumarin see Dicumarol.
dicta a plural form of dictum.