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thrush

noun uk   /θrʌʃ/ us  

thrush noun (BIRD)

[C] (also song thrush) a brown bird with a pale breast with spots on it that is known for its singing

thrush noun (INFECTION)

[U] an infection of the vagina or mouth
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