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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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Birdsong Belgrade Theatre, Coventry Achingly beautiful memories of a young romance help a battle-weary officer endure the nightmare of the trenches.
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