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Any of several large, powerful accipiters, especially the northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis), having broad rounded wings and a long tail.
[Middle English goshauk, from Old English gōshafoc : gōs, goose; see goose + hafoc, hawk; see hawk1.]
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(Animals) a large hawk, Accipiter gentilis, of Europe, Asia, and North America, having a bluish-grey back and wings and paler underparts: used in falconry
[Old English gōshafoc; see goose1, hawk1]
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any of several robust short-winged hawks, esp. Accipiter gentilis, of North America and Eurasia.
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|Noun||1.||goshawk - large hawk of Eurasia and North America used in falconry|
hawk - diurnal bird of prey typically having short rounded wings and a long tail
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goshawk[ˈgɒshɔːk] N → azor m
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n → (Hühner)habicht m
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