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flycatcher
American English: /ˈflaɪˌkætʃər/
, /ˈflaɪˌkɛtʃər/
British English: /ˈflʌɪkatʃə/

Translation of flycatcher in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • For the next many weeks, the Gulf Coast sky will be a constantly changing tableau of hawks and doves, vultures and vireos, flycatchers and hummingbird, warblers and waterfowl.
    • Then there was the adrenalin rush of racing to see one very rare bird: a fork-tailed flycatcher, perched on a telegraph pole.
    • Cedar waxwings, crows, finches, flycatchers, grosbeaks, grouse, jays, mockingbirds, pheasants, thrushes, vireos, and woodpeckers feed on their fruits.

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