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cockatiel

Saltos de línea: cocka|tiel
Pronunciación: /ˌkɒkəˈtiːl
 
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Definición de cockatiel en inglés:

sustantivo

A slender long-crested Australian parrot related to the cockatoos, with a mainly grey body, white shoulders, and a yellow and orange face.
  • Nymphicus hollandicus, family Cacatuidae (or Psittacidae)
Example sentences
  • Parrot fever is a bacterial disease that affects more than 100 species of wild and domestic birds, including parrots, macaws, cockatiels and parakeets.
  • When the aviary was smashed, the parrots, cockatiels and lovebirds took flight.
  • The bird sanctuary has been inundated with calls from people who have spotted cockatiels, budgies and parrots that have been released into the wild.

Origen

late 19th century: from Dutch kaketielje, probably a diminutive of kaketoe 'cockatoo'.

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