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Meaning of "sparrow" in Essential American English Dictionary

sparrow

noun   /ˈspær·oʊ/
a small, brown bird
Translations of “sparrow”
in Arabic عُصْفور…
in Korean 참새…
in Malaysian burung pipit…
in French moineau…
in Turkish serçe…
in Italian passero…
in Chinese (Traditional) 麻雀…
in Russian воробей…
in Polish wróbel…
in Vietnamese chim sẻ…
in Spanish gorrión…
in Portuguese pardal…
in Thai นกกระจอก…
in German der Spatz…
in Catalan pardal…
in Japanese スズメに似た茶色い小鳥の総称…
in Indonesian burung gereja…
in Chinese (Simplified) 麻雀…
(Definition of sparrow from the Websters Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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