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Translation of "falcon" - English-Spanish dictionary

falcon

noun   /ˈfɒl.kən/
a bird with pointed wings and a long tail, that can be trained to hunt other birds and small animals halcón 493
(Definition of falcon from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

falcon

noun /ˈfoːlkən, (American) ˈfal-/
a kind of bird of prey sometimes used for hunting. halcón
falconry noun
the skill or sport of using falcons or other birds of prey to hunt. cetrería
(Definition of falcon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “falcon”
in Vietnamese chim ưng, chim cắt…
in Malaysian falko…
in Thai เหยี่ยว…
in French faucon…
in German der Falke…
in Chinese (Simplified) 隼,鹰隼, 猎鹰…
in Turkish şahin…
in Russian сокол…
in Indonesian elang…
in Chinese (Traditional) 隼,鷹隼, 獵鷹…
in Polish sokół…
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