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mallard

noun [C] uk   /ˈmæl.ɑːd/ us    /-ɑːrd/ ( plural mallard or mallards)
a wild duck that is common in Europe and North America: The male mallard has a green head and reddish-brown chest.
Translations of “mallard”
in Chinese (Traditional) 綠頭鴨(常見於歐洲和北美的一種野鴨)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 绿头鸭(常见于欧洲和北美的一种野鸭)…
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