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thrush1 British & World English

A small or medium-sized songbird, typically having a brown back, spotted breast, and loud song

thrush2 British & World English

Infection of the mouth and throat with candida, a yeast-like fungus, causing whitish patches

ant-thrush British & World English

Any of a number of thrush-sized ant-eating birds:

rock thrush British & World English

An Old World thrush found in mountains and rocky habitats, with a grey or blue head and typically orange underparts

song thrush British & World English

A common European and central Asian thrush with a buff spotted breast, having a loud song in which each phrase is repeated two or three times

wood thrush British & World English

A thrush of eastern North America, with a brown back, a dark-spotted white breast, and a loud liquid song

mistle thrush British & World English

A large Eurasian thrush with a spotted breast and harsh rattling call, with a fondness for mistletoe berries

hermit thrush British & World English

A small migratory North American thrush, noted for its melodious song

laughing-thrush British & World English

A gregarious thrush-like babbler of South and SE Asia, typically with dark grey or brown plumage and a boldly marked head, and a cackling call

thrush nightingale British & World English

A songbird that is closely related to the nightingale and which replaces it in eastern Europe, the Baltic, and western Asia

missel thrush in mistle thrush British & World English

A large Eurasian thrush with a spotted breast and harsh rattling call, with a fondness for mistletoe berries

thrush family in thrush1 British & World English

A small or medium-sized songbird, typically having a brown back, spotted breast, and loud song

blue rock thrush in rock thrush British & World English

An Old World thrush found in mountains and rocky habitats, with a grey or blue head and typically orange underparts

thrush English-Spanish

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song thrush English-Spanish

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