n (plural fowls or collect, fowl)
- 1 1.1 countable/numerable (farmyard bird) ave (feminine (with masculine article in the singular)) (de corral)More example sentences1.2 uncountable/no numerable (meat) ave (feminine (with masculine article in the singular))
More example sentences
- Although this assumption has not been rigorously tested in wild bird populations, data from domestic fowl suggest that, indeed, immunocompetence measurements might not be antigen specific.
- These birds also express high levels of a bacteriolytic lysozyme which is more similar in amino acid sequence to the rock pigeon than that of the domestic fowl.
- Breeds of domestic fowl are described under hen/chicken breeds.
- There was other meat galore, too, steak, pork, fowl, bacon, etc.
- The borders are now completely closed for beef, fowl and pork imports.
- If you like red meat better than fowl, eat it more often.
- 2 (bird) [archaic/arcaico] ave (feminine (with masculine article in the singular)) the fowl of the air [Bible/Biblia] las aves del cieloMore example sentences
- The birds we have had have been the ordinary fowl of a village garden: jackdaws, starlings, magpies, chaffinches and so on.
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