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Translation of "chick" - English-Spanish dictionary

chick

noun   /tʃɪk/
a baby bird, especially a baby chicken pollito
(Definition of chick from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

chick

noun /tʃik/
a baby bird pollito One of the chicks fell out of the blackbird’s nest.
(Definition of chick from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “chick”
in Korean 병아리…
in Arabic صوص, فَرْخ, كَتْكوت…
in Malaysian anak burung…
in French oisillon…
in Russian цыпленок, птенец…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鳥, 雛鳥,幼鳥, (尤指)小雞…
in Italian pulcino…
in Turkish yavru kuş, civciv…
in Polish pisklak, kurczątko…
in Vietnamese sự thanh lịch…
in Portuguese pintinho…
in Thai ลูกนก…
in German das Küken…
in Catalan pollet…
in Japanese ヒヨコ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鸟, 雏鸟,幼鸟, (尤指)小鸡…
in Indonesian anak burung…
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