Swim-bladder meaning

A gas-filled structure in many fishes that functions to maintain buoyancy and, in some species, to aid in respiration or to produce sound.
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A gas-filled sac in the dorsal portion of the body cavity of most bony fishes, giving buoyancy to the body and used as an accessory, lunglike organ in lungfishes.
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A gas-filled structure in many fishes that functions to maintain buoyancy and, in some species, to aid in respiration or to produce sound.
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(anatomy, usually of fish) A gas-filled sac within the bodies of most fish that variously acts as a float, lung, sound-producing organ or an aid to hearing.
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Alternative spelling of swim bladder.
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