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poultrynoun [plural]

uk   /ˈpəʊl.tri/  us   /ˈpoʊl-/
birds, such as chickens, that are bred for their eggs and meat: Some poultry farmers keep turkeys and ducks as well as chickens.

poultrynoun [U]

uk   /ˈpəʊl.tri/  us   /ˈpoʊl-/
the meat from birds such as chickens
Translations of “poultry”
in Arabic دَواجِن…
in Korean 가금류의 고기…
in Malaysian ayam itik…
in French volaille…
in Turkish kümes hayvanları, kümes hayvanı eti…
in Italian pollame…
in Chinese (Traditional) 家禽…
in Russian домашняя птица, мясо птицы…
in Polish drób…
in Vietnamese gia cầm…
in Spanish aves de corral, volatería…
in Portuguese aves…
in Thai สัตว์ปีก…
in German das Geflügel…
in Catalan aviram…
in Japanese 家禽(かきん:食用に飼育する鳥)…
in Indonesian peternakan unggas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 家禽…
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