stork Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"stork" in British English

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storknoun [C]

uk   /stɔːk/  us   /stɔːrk/
a ​large, ​whitebird with very ​longlegs that ​walks around in ​water to ​finditsfood
(Definition of stork from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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storknoun [C]

 us   /stɔrk/
a ​largebird with ​longlegs, a ​longneck, and a ​longbeak that ​walks in ​water to ​finditsfood
(Definition of stork from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “stork”
in Korean 황새…
in Arabic طائر اللُقلُق…
in Malaysian burung botak…
in French cigogne…
in Russian аист…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鸛…
in Italian cicogna…
in Turkish leylek…
in Polish bocian…
in Spanish cigüeña…
in Vietnamese con cò…
in Portuguese cegonha…
in Thai นกจำพวกนกกระสา…
in German der Storch…
in Catalan cigonya…
in Japanese コウノトリ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鹳…
in Indonesian bangau…
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