English version

seagull

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Birds
seagullsea‧gull /ˈsiːɡʌl/ noun [countable]  seagull.jpg HBBa large common grey or white bird that lives near the sea
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seagullHe held out one fat arm and tried to catch a seagull flying low.A seagull shrieks at you out of the blue.There are seagulls, he says, and terns and storks and cockatoos.As Ruth tried to find an answer, a faint lost crying sounded far above, like seagulls.We were woken at the crack of dawn by the pitter patter of seagulls as they pecked for their breakfast.I ... I ... Look at that seagull up there.
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