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gregarious
American English: /ɡrəˈɡɛriəs/
British English: /ɡrɪˈɡɛːrɪəs/

Translation of gregarious in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1
    (person/personality)
    Example sentences
    • Even though she was so gregarious and loved to chat, she also liked to listen.
    • He is naturally gregarious, and the work obviously suits him.
    • Being in the public eye doesn't necessarily mean you're gregarious.
    1.2 (Zoology)
    (animal/instinct)
    Example sentences
    • Many of these raptor species are gregarious, which accounts for impressively large flocks of impressively large birds.
    • Western Grebes are highly gregarious in all seasons, wintering in large flocks and nesting in colonies.
    • Rheas are gregarious in habit, and tend to live in flocks ranging in size from 5-30 individuals.

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