woodchat

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wood·chat

 (wo͝od′chăt′)
n.
A Eurasian and African shrike (Lanius senator) having black and white plumage with a reddish crown.
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woodchat

(ˈwʊdˌtʃæt) or

woodchat shrike

n
(Animals) a songbird, Lanius senator, of Europe and N Africa, having a black-and-white plumage with a reddish-brown crown and a hooked bill: family Laniidae (shrikes)
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