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burr Inglés Estadounidense

A rough sounding of the sound r, especially with a uvular trill (a “French r”) as in certain Northern England accents

burr in bur Inglés Estadounidense

A prickly seed case or flower head that clings to animals and clothes

BUR Inglés Estadounidense

A prickly seed case or flower head that clings to animals and clothes

bur in burr Inglés Estadounidense

A rough edge or ridge left on an object (especially of metal) by the action of a tool or machine

Burr, Aaron Inglés Estadounidense

(1756–1836), US statesman. In 1804, while US vice president, he killed Alexander Hamilton, his rival, in a duel. He then plotted to form an independent administration in Mexico and was tried for treason but was acquitted

Noogoora burr Inglés Estadounidense

A plant of the daisy family which has become naturalized in Australia, where it is considered a noxious weed because its hooked burrs become entangled in sheep’s fleeces

a burr under one's saddle Inglés Estadounidense

A persistent source of irritation

bur oak Inglés Estadounidense

A North American oak, with large fringed acorn cups. Its timber was formerly important in shipbuilding

bur reed Inglés Estadounidense

An aquatic reedlike plant with rounded flower heads. Its oily seeds are an important source of winter food for wildfowl

a burr under one's saddle in burr Inglés Estadounidense

A persistent source of irritation

bur marigold Inglés Estadounidense

Another term for beggarticks.

burr Diccionario Oxford para Escritores & Redactores

strong pronunciation of the letter r

burr Inglés-Español

abrojo masculine, cadillo masculineColombia

bur oak Diccionario Oxford para Escritores & Redactores

North American oak formerly used in shipbuilding