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mallard
American English: /ˈmælərd/
British English: /ˈmalɑːd/
, /ˈmaləd/

Translation of mallard in Spanish:

noun

  • pato (masculine) or ánade (masculine) real
    Example sentences
    • We saw lots of waterfowl, mostly Canada geese and mallards with the odd Gadwall.
    • This paper examines the function of female resistance behavior in one of the dabbling ducks, the mallard.
    • The teals, mallards and other small ducks were all paddling about.

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