Metazoa /ˌmɛtəˈzəʊə/

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I. plural noun

1.
[Zoology] a major division of the animal kingdom that comprises all animals other than protozoans and sponges. They are multicellular animals with differentiated tissues.

●Subkingdom Metazoa, kingdom Animalia.
2. ( metazoa)
[Zoology] animals of the Metazoa division.
– origin modern Latin (plural), from meta- (expressing change) + Greek zōia (plural of zōion ‘animal’).

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