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Translation of "pheasant" - English-German dictionary

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
der Fasan
a brace of pheasant(s) two pheasants.
(the flesh of) the bird as food
der Fasan
We had roast pheasant for dinner.
Translations of “pheasant”
in Vietnamese chim trĩ, thịt gà lôi…
in Spanish faisán…
in Thai ไก่ฟ้า, เนื้อนกสำหรับปรุงเป็นอาหาร…
in Malaysian kuang bayas…
in French faisan/-ane, faisan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雉,野雞,山雞…
in Indonesian ayam-ayaman, daging ayam-ayaman…
in Russian фазан…
in Turkish sülün…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雉,野鸡,山鸡…
in Polish bażant…
(Definition of pheasant from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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