English version

eagle in Birds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheagleea‧gle1 /ˈiːɡəl/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 eagle.jpg HBBa very large strong bird with a beak like a hook that eats small animals, birds etc2 two strokes less than par (=the usual number of strokes for a hole) in a game of golf3 eagle eye
Examples from the Corpus
eagleThey come in the shape of a bear, an eagle and the head of a bison.Yeah, and you can still see a bald eagle at the Desert Museum.They do not feed the young, they do not protect them from eagles, they do not even teach them much.Her smart blue blazer sported a golden eagle surrounded by words he had never seen before.Mr Wolski was among the group of keepers who first saw the escaped golden eagle.Golden eagles, see above, would alone be advised to land elsewhere.