Definición de currawong en inglés:

currawong

Saltos de línea: cur¦ra|wong
Pronunciación: /ˈkʌrəwɒŋ
 
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sustantivo

A crow-like songbird of the Australian butcher-bird family, with mainly black or grey plumage, a robust straight bill, and a resonant call. Also called bell magpie.
  • Genus Strepera, family Cracticidae: three species
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • On the beaches he noted black duck, grey and chestnut teal, black currawongs, blue wrens and waders feeding among bull kelp where kelp flies bred, their maggots the staple diet along the exposed coastline.
  • In addition to the Magpie-larks, currawongs, and magpies, I saw a Little Pied Cormorant diving for fish.
  • Birds such as currawongs are increasing in number and competing with smaller birds for food and habitat, while ibis are growing bolder in their dealings with people.

Origen

1920s: from an Aboriginal word.

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