greenfinch


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green·finch

 (grēn′fĭnch′)
n.
A widespread Eurasian finch (Carduelis chloris) having green and yellow plumage.

greenfinch

(ˈɡriːnˌfɪntʃ)
n
(Animals) a common European finch, Carduelis chloris, the male of which has a dull green plumage with yellow patches on the wings and tail

green•finch

(ˈgrinˌfɪntʃ)

n.
a Eurasian finch, Carduelis chloris, having green and yellow plumage.
[1490–1500]
Translations
zvonek
viherpeippo
grønfinkgrønnfinkgrønnfinke

greenfinch

[ˈgriːnfɪntʃ] Nverderón m

greenfinch

[ˈgriːnˌfɪntʃ] nverdone m
References in classic literature ?
Then there was a little greenfinch, just fledged, fluttering along the ground, and it seemed quite possible to catch it, till it managed to flutter under the blackberry bush.
I saw it first, looking after the greenfinch, and she sat on th' nest.
Greenfinch numbers have been hit over the last decade by the disease Trichomonosis, which has also been documented in other birds such as chaffinches.
IT'S great to see that greenfinch numbers appear to be increasing throughout Teesside.
A delicious treat for tits, greenfinch and, possibly, the great spotted woodpecker.
One of the biggest surprises was the return of the greenfinch after years of decline due to the pervasive trichomoniasis disease.
If this was to be a realistic Vietnamese Greenfinch chase as opposed to a mere wild goose chase, I had to put in the homework.
Sightings of every bird in the national top 20 increased on numbers recorded last year, apart from the three finches - chaffinch, goldfinch and greenfinch, a trend that was also seen on Merseyside.
We know that common frog and greenfinch populations have declined as a result of disease and keeping an eye on our British garden species is crucial if we are to understand the threats to their health, which not only affects individual animals, but can impact entire populations.
Jeffers, of Greenfinch Close, Croxteth, was found guilty of driving down Bridge Road, Crosby, while talking on his mobile phone.
It's not a panacea," says David Woolgar, engineering director of Biogen Greenfinch, one of the companies aiming to develop AD plants in the UK.