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robin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Birds
robinrob‧in /ˈrɒbɪn $ ˈrɑː-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 HBBa small European bird with a red breast and brown back2 HBBa North American bird like a European robin, but larger
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robinA robin was still feeding on the few remaining black cherries; the chokecherries are long picked off.The baby robins, scrub jays, finches, sparrows and starlings opened their mouths wide in anticipation.To allow it to get established robin temporarily tied it in place with fishing line.In 1954, in a park area in Michigan, 185 pairs of robins were known to nest.When they dropped to the ground, the robin, sensing his intrusion, blessed them with a chirp and flew away.They watched the robin for a moment.
RobinRobin 🔊 🔊 a character in stories and films about Batman. Robin is a young man who helps Batman to fight criminals, and is also known as the Boy Wonder. He is known for saying ‘Good thinking, Batman!’ when Batman has a good idea, and he uses expressions like ‘Holy Smoke!’ and ‘Holy Cow!’
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