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American English: /brænt/
British English: /brant/


  • (American English) brant goose
    barnacla (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • An internal hinge, spring loaded with a rubber band, made the wings quiver in the wind, giving the illusion of a live brant.
    • Female brant are strongly philopatric to their location of birth, as is true for other geese.
    • Up to 60,000 geese, especially the northern or black brant, summer here.

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