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brood

noun [C]
 
 
/bruːd/
a family of young birds or animals, all born at the same timeAnimal young
Translations of “brood”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一窩雛鳥, 某人的孩子…
in Russian выводок…
in Turkish bir defada yumurtadan çıkan yavrular, bir batında doğanlar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一窝雏鸟, 某人的孩子…
in Polish wyląg, potomstwo, miot…
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