Definición de merganser en inglés:

merganser

Silabificación: mer·gan·ser
Pronunciación: /mərˈgansər
 
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sustantivo

  • A fish-eating diving duck with a long, thin serrated and hooked bill. Also called sawbill.
    • Genus Mergus, subfamily Merginae, family Anatidae: six species, including the conspicuously crested red-breasted merganser (M. serrator); common merganser (M. merganser), the male of which has a white body and dark green head; and smew
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    • Check your field guide to identify gadwalls, widgeons, wood ducks, hooded mergansers, ringnecks, and maybe a scalup or a canvasback.
    • This area affords excellent views of Burrard Inlet and rafts of offshore ducks. scoters, scaup, mergansers, goldeneye and buffleheads are all good possibilities.
    • In the large cove before us she identified the scattered ducks: golden eyes, canvas backs, mergansers, immature herring gulls.

Origen

mid 17th century: modern Latin, from Latin mergus 'diver' (from mergere 'to dive') + anser 'goose'.

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