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ibis
American English: /ˈaɪbɪs/
British English: /ˈʌɪbɪs/

Translation of ibis in Spanish:

noun plural ibis or ibises

  • Example sentences
    • Inland species may associate with herons, egrets, storks, ibises, and spoonbills.
    • The couple collected breeds of birds from every continent, including pheasants, herons, ibis, kestrels and buzzards.
    • Lismore Lake provides a variety of habitat for swamp hen, ibis, egrets, and herons as well as many small waders.

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