Definición de wallaby en inglés:
sustantivo (plural wallabies)
1An Australasian marsupial that is similar to, but smaller than, a kangaroo.
Oraciones de ejemplo
- And all these animals lived there-big glider possums, pygmy possums, koalas, kangaroos and wallabies, wombats, platypus, just everything in the trees, on the ground and in the creeks.
- It is also my first chance to see the wonderfully unique wildlife here; kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, pademelons, possums, and various unique birds.
- So the extension of the term ‘marsupial’ is the set of all marsupials: kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, and so on.
Early 19th century: from Dharuk walabi or waliba.
on the wallaby (track)
- Australian /NZ informal dated (Of a person) unemployed and having no fixed address: during the Depression thousands of Australians went on the wallabyMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Not-working the river is a grand, unacknowledged tradition: from those carrying their swag on the wallaby with a Wagga blanket to these days of stashed polyester on corrugated Amcor or Visyboard.
- That's the way to get this country back on its feet - by getting the poor back on their knees. Or on the wallaby.
- This would encourage them to get on the wallaby when they will surely find a job.
Palabras que riman con wallabyWilloughby • wannabe
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