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parrot

noun   /ˈpær·ət/
B1 a brightly coloured bird that can copy what people say loro, papagayo
(Definition of parrot from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

parrot

noun /ˈpӕrət/
a kind of bird found in warm countries, especially in South America, with a hooked bill and usually brightly-coloured/-colored feathers, that can be taught to imitate human speech loro, papagayo The parrot was squawking in its cage.
(Definition of parrot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “parrot”
in Korean 앵무새…
in Arabic بَبَغاء…
in Malaysian burung nuri…
in French perroquet…
in Russian попугай…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鸚鵡…
in Italian pappagallo…
in Turkish papağan…
in Polish papuga…
in Vietnamese con vẹt…
in Portuguese papagaio…
in Thai นกแก้ว…
in German der Papagei…
in Catalan lloro, papagai…
in Japanese オウム…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鹦鹉…
in Indonesian nuri, beo…
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