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1. An omnivorous animal: "Humans are quintessential omnivores" (Paul Rozin).
2. One that takes in everything available, as with the mind.
[From New Latin Omnivora, omnivores, from neuter pl. of Latin omnivorus, omnivorous; see omnivorous.]
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(Zoology) an omnivorous person or animal
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om•ni•vore(ˈɒm nəˌvɔr, -ˌvoʊr)
1. someone or something that is omnivorous.
2. an omnivorous animal.
[1885–90; < French]
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An organism that eats both plants and animals.
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An animal that eats both plants and animals.
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|Noun||1.||omnivore - a person who eats all kinds of foods|
|2.||omnivore - an animal that feeds on both animal and vegetable substances|
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omnivore[ˈɒmnɪvɔːʳ] N → omnívoro/a m/f
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omnivore[ˈɒmnɪˌvɔːʳ] n → onnivoro
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