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poul·try

 (pōl′trē)
n.
Domesticated fowl, such as chickens, turkeys, ducks, or geese, raised for meat or eggs.

[Middle English pultrie, from Old French pouletrie, from pouletier, poultry dealer, from poulet, pullet; see pullet.]

poultry

(ˈpəʊltrɪ)
n
(Agriculture) domestic fowls collectively
[C14: from Old French pouletrie, from pouletier poultry-dealer]

poul•try

(ˈpoʊl tri)

n.
domesticated fowl collectively, esp. those valued for their meat and eggs, as chickens, turkeys, ducks, and geese.
[1350–1400; Middle English pulletrie < Middle French pouleterie. See pullet, -ery]

poultry

  • fowl, poultry - Chickens, ducks, geese, pheasants, and turkey are fowl in the wild and poultry if domesticated.
  • free range - Supposed to mean that poultry is allowed to roam without being confined and is fed naturally grown crops, consuming only a vegetarian diet.
  • poultry, pullet - Poultry is derived from Latin pullus, "young animal" or "chicken"; a pullet is a young hen between the ages of a chicken and a mature fowl.
  • alektorophobia - Fear of chickens.

poultry

domestic fowl, particularly those raised for food or laying eggs.
See also: Birds
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.poultry - a domesticated gallinaceous bird thought to be descended from the red jungle fowlpoultry - a domesticated gallinaceous bird thought to be descended from the red jungle fowl
gallinacean, gallinaceous bird - heavy-bodied largely ground-feeding domestic or game birds
Dorking - an English breed of large domestic fowl having five toes (the hind toe doubled)
Plymouth Rock - an American breed of domestic fowl
Cornish fowl, Cornish - English breed of compact domestic fowl; raised primarily to crossbreed to produce roasters
Rock Cornish - small plump hybrid developed by crossbreeding Plymouth Rock and Cornish fowl
game fowl - any of several breeds reared for cockfighting
cochin, cochin china - Asian breed of large fowl with dense plumage and feathered legs
genus Gallus, Gallus - common domestic birds and related forms
Gallus gallus, chicken - a domestic fowl bred for flesh or eggs; believed to have been developed from the red jungle fowl
bantam - any of various small breeds of fowl
Meleagris gallopavo, turkey - large gallinaceous bird with fan-shaped tail; widely domesticated for food
guinea fowl, Numida meleagris, guinea - a west African bird having dark plumage mottled with white; native to Africa but raised for food in many parts of the world
saddle - posterior part of the back of a domestic fowl
poultry - flesh of chickens or turkeys or ducks or geese raised for food
2.poultry - flesh of chickens or turkeys or ducks or geese raised for food
domestic fowl, fowl, poultry - a domesticated gallinaceous bird thought to be descended from the red jungle fowl
bird, fowl - the flesh of a bird or fowl (wild or domestic) used as food
chicken, poulet, volaille - the flesh of a chicken used for food
Rock Cornish hen - flesh of a small fowl bred for roasting
guinea hen - flesh of a guinea fowl (especially of hens)
squab, dove - flesh of a pigeon suitable for roasting or braising; flesh of a dove (young squab) may be broiled
duck - flesh of a duck (domestic or wild)
goose - flesh of a goose (domestic or wild)
turkey - flesh of large domesticated fowl usually roasted

poultry

noun
Related words
collective noun run
fear alektorophobia
Translations
طُيور، دواجِن
drůbež
fjerkræ
siipikarja
alifuglar
家禽家禽類
naminiai paukščiaipaukštienos pardavėjas
mājputni
perutnina
kümes hayvan ı

poultry

[ˈpəʊltrɪ]
A. N (alive) → aves fpl de corral; (as food) → aves fpl
B. CPD poultry breeding Navicultura f
poultry dealer Nrecovero/a m/f, pollero/a m/f
poultry farm Ngranja f avícola
poultry farmer Navicultor(a) m/f
poultry farming Navicultura f
poultry house Ngallinero m
poultry keeper N = poultry farmer poultry keeping N = poultry farming poultry shop N (US) → pollería f

poultry

[ˈpəʊltri] nvolaille fpoultry farm nélevage m de volaillespoultry farmer naviculteur/trice m/f

poultry

nGeflügel nt

poultry

:
poultry farm
poultry farmer
nGeflügelzüchter(in) m(f)
poultry farming
poultry house
nHühnerhaus nt
poultryman
n (esp US) (= farmer)Geflügelzüchter(in) m(f); (= dealer)Geflügelhändler(in) m(f)

poultry

[ˈpəʊltrɪ] npollame m

poultry

(ˈpəultri) noun
farmyard birds, eg hens, ducks, geese, turkeys. They keep poultry.
ˈpoulterer noun
a person who sells poultry (and game) as food. We ordered a turkey from the poulterer.

poultry

n aves fpl de corral
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He also said they continue to conduct inspections and collect blood samples in selected poultries regionwide despite the negative results of the random sampling earlier conducted.
The industry group Samahang Industriya sa Agrikultura (Sinag) urged the agriculture department to clarify the situation of poultries within the 7-km controlled zone.
In the past, poultry performance has been improved by selection, thus the modern commercial poultries are largely the end result of a long continuous process of domestication, especially the pectoralis muscle (Chiang et al.
The large population of the LMW found in the poultries aviaries and natural poultry behavior lead the birds to feed on these insects and instead the chicken food, resulting in reduced development, weight loss and increased time to slaughter.
The etiology of diseases of farm animals and poultries registered in some farms of the Republic was studied in the bacteriosis biotechnology laboratory of the Kazakh National Agrarian University as well as in some regional veterinary laboratories.
AbstractThe highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 virus (here after H5N1) still produces devastating effects in humans poultries and wild birds.
Should H7 or other bird flu viruses be found in poultry locally, we will stop importing poultry from the mainland and cull part or all live poultries in Hong Kong.
For instance, a maximum temperature for the meats and poultries was 4[degrees]C [26].