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bird of prey

noun
 
/ˌbɜːd əv ˈpreɪ/ ( plural birds of prey)
a large bird that kills smaller animals for food
ocell de presa
Translations of “bird of prey”
in Korean 맹금…
in Arabic طُيور جارِحة…
in Portuguese ave de rapina…
in Japanese 猛禽(もうきん:大型の肉食鳥)…
in Italian uccello da preda, rapace…
in Chinese (Traditional) 猛禽…
in Russian хищная птица…
in Turkish yırtıcı kuş, leşle beslenen kuşlar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 猛禽…
in Polish ptak drapieżny…
(Definition of bird of prey from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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