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Translation of "bird" - English-Spanish dictionary

bird

noun   /bɜːd/
A1 an animal that has wings and feathers and is usually able to fly pájaro
(Definition of bird from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bird

noun /bəːd/
a two-legged feathered creature, with a beak and two wings, with which most can fly ave, pájaro a bird’s nest Kiwis and ostriches are birds which cannot fly.
bird’s-eye view noun
a general view from above vista de pájaro We got a bird’s-eye view of the town from the plane.
(Definition of bird from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “bird”
in Korean 새…
in Arabic طائر…
in Malaysian burung…
in French oiseau…
in Russian птица…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生物, 鳥, 禽…
in Italian uccello…
in Turkish kuş…
in Polish ptak…
in Vietnamese con chim…
in Portuguese pássaro, ave…
in Thai นก…
in German der Vogel…
in Catalan ocell…
in Japanese 鳥, 鳥類…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生物, 鸟, 禽…
in Indonesian burung…
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