Definición de chachalaca en inglés:

chachalaca

Silabificación: cha·cha·la·ca
Pronunciación: /ˌCHäCHəˈläkə
 
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sustantivo

A pheasantlike tree-dwelling bird of the guan family, with a loud harsh call. It is found mainly in the forests of tropical America.
  • Genus Ortalis, family Cracidae: several species, in particular the plain chachalaca (O. vetula)
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Guans and perhaps chachalacas may be more arboreal than curassows.
  • More likely to be seen or heard on the plateau is the little chachalaca, a gallinaceous bird named in part for its noisy call.
  • Then came the chachalacas, the chickenlike birds we'd seen the previous day, whose call, I had been promised, I would never forget.

Origen

late 19th century: via South American Spanish from Nahuatl, of imitative origin.

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