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mynah also: myna, myna bird, mynah bird
American English: /ˈmaɪnə/
British English: /ˈmʌɪnə/

Translation of mynah in Spanish:

noun

  • mainato (masculine)
    (pájaro tropical capaz de imitar sonidos humanos)
    Example sentences
    • Sparrows, starlings, Indian mynahs and feral pigeons rarely visit Australian gardens, which welcome an array of colourful native birds.
    • Soil can be seeded within monoculture grass, or trees can be planted widely apart so that they do not become roosts for mynas and starlings.
    • There are even a few rare records of mynas attacking people.

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