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French translation of “pheasant”

pheasant

noun /ˈfeznt/ (plurals pheasants pheasant)
a type of long-tailed bird, the male of which has brightly-coloured feathers and certain types of which are often shot for sport
faisan/-ane
a brace of pheasant(s) two pheasants.
(the flesh of) the bird as food
faisan
We had roast pheasant for dinner.
(Definition of pheasant from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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