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lark

noun [C]  /lɑrk/ us  

lark noun [C] (BIRD)

a small, brown bird with a pleasant song

lark noun [C] (ACTIVITY)

an activity done for enjoyment or amusement: He started hang-gliding years ago as a lark.
Translations of “lark”
in Korean 종다리…
in Arabic قبّرة (طائر صَغير بُني اللون له صَوت جميل)…
in French alouette…
in Turkish tarla kuşu…
in Italian allodola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鳥, 雲雀,百靈鳥…
in Russian жаворонок…
in Polish skowronek…
in Spanish alondra…
in Portuguese cotovia…
in German die Lerche…
in Catalan alosa…
in Japanese ヒバリ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鸟, 云雀,百灵鸟…
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