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am·trac

also am·track  (ăm′trăk′)
n.
A small, flatbottom amphibious vehicle that moves by means of finned tracks and is used to carry troops from ship to shore.

amtrac

(ˈæmˌtræk) or

amtrack

n
an amphibious tracked vehicle used primarily by the military for shore landings
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