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birdsong

(ˈbɜːdˌsɒŋ)
n
the musical call of a bird or birds
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.birdsong - the characteristic sound produced by a birdbirdsong - the characteristic sound produced by a bird; "a bird will not learn its song unless it hears it at an early age"
animal communication - communication between animals (of the same species)
bell-like call - a birdcall that resembles the tone of a bell
two-note call - a birdcall having two notes; "the two-note call of the cuckoo"
Translations

birdsong

bird song [ˈbɜːrdsɒŋ] nchant m des oiseauxbird table nmangeoire fbird watcher nornithologue mf amateurbird-watching [ˈbɜːrdwɒtʃɪŋ] nornithologie f (pratiquée en amateur)
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Last month, the RSPB's track, Let Nature Sing, topped the iTunes singles chart - proving we do enjoy the sound of birdsong when we hear it.
Last month, the RSPB's track, Let Nature Sing, topped the iTunes singles chart -- proving we do enjoy the sound of birdsong when we hear it.
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Marking the centenary of the end of the First World War, Birdsong embarks on its final UK tour, with dates in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
TUESDAY 3 Theatre / Birdsong When best-selling author Sebastian Faulks was first asked, back in 2010, about turning his novel Birdsong into a stage play, he famously described the task as being like "turning a painting into a sculpture." You can understand his response: after all, the sheer scale of his 1993 masterpiece - a 400 page epic of love and loss set during the First World War - doesn't lend itself easily to stage adaptation.
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