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drake
Inglés americano: /dreɪk/
Inglés británico: /dreɪk/

Traducción de drake en español:

noun

  • Oraciones de ejemplo
    • The family pets were dogs, cats, and a Muscovy drake duck named Lucy which lived for nine years.
    • I also spent some time watching Eider ducks, the drakes easily distinguished by their white plumage and both species have a beak which resembles somebody with a huge ‘Roman nose’.
    • So here is a better picture of a duck, an Eider drake I took earlier this year, on the Ythan estuary.

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