Hay 2 definiciones de starling en inglés:

starling1

Silabificación: star·ling
Pronunciación: /ˈstärliNG
 
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sustantivo

A gregarious Old World songbird with a straight bill, typically with dark lustrous or iridescent plumage but sometimes brightly colored.
  • Family Sturnidae (the starling family): many genera and numerous species, in particular the speckled common (or European) starling (Sturnus vulgaris), widely introduced elsewhere. The starling family also includes the mynahs, grackles, and (usually) the oxpeckers
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Blackbirds, starlings, green finches, great tits, robins, collared doves and dunnocks are all included in Cumbria's top ten.
  • Furthermore, in bluethroats, European starlings, and blue tits female choice for males with greater UV reflectance appears to favor structural plumage traits.
  • Pigeons are predominant, but, as you explore, you see sparrows and bluebirds and flickers and blue jays and wrens and kestrels and starlings and robins.

Origen

Old English stærlinc, from stær 'starling' (of Germanic origin) + -ling.

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Palabra del día apposite
Pronunciación: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something

Hay 2 definiciones de starling en inglés:

starling2

Silabificación: star·ling
Pronunciación: /
 
ˈstärliNG/

sustantivo

A wooden pile erected with others around or just upstream of a bridge or pier to protect it from the current or floating objects.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The starling is that portion of the pier which faces the direction of the stream, and acts like the cutwater of a ship.

Origen

late 17th century: perhaps a corruption of dialect staddling 'staddle'.

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