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Meaning of “finch” - Learner’s Dictionary

finch

noun [C]     /fɪntʃ/
a small singing bird with a short beakOther wild birdsBirds which live by or on inland waterBirds of prey
Translations of “finch”
in Arabic عُصفور دوري…
in Korean 되새류…
in Malaysian burung cakar…
in French pinson…
in Turkish ispinoz kuşu…
in Italian fringuello…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雀科鳴鳥…
in Russian зяблик…
in Polish zięba…
in Vietnamese chim họ sẻ…
in Spanish pinzón…
in Portuguese tentilhão, fringilídeo…
in Thai นกขนาดเล็กที่มีจะงอยสั้น…
in German der Fink…
in Catalan pinsà…
in Japanese フィンチ(アトリ科の小鳥)…
in Indonesian sejenis burung parkit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雀科鸣鸟…
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