Definition of 'budgerigar'
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Example sentences containing 'budgerigar'
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She has no one to advise her and his Army pay as a PoW hardly feeds the budgerigar. TANK OF SERPENTS (2002)The word budgerigar appears to be derived from the name given to the bird by Australia's Aboriginal people. SPIX'S MACAW: THE RACE TO SAVE THE WORLD'S RAREST BIRD (2002)
Trends of 'budgerigar'
Used Rarely. budgerigar is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'budgerigar'
British English: budgerigar /ˈbʌdʒərɪˌɡɑː/ NOUN
Budgerigars are small, brightly-coloured birds from Australia.
- American English: budgerigar
- Arabic: بَبَغاء
- Brazilian Portuguese: periquito australiano
- Chinese: 相思鹦鹉
- Croatian: australska papigica
- Czech: andulka
- Danish: undulat
- Dutch: grasparkiet
- European Spanish: periquito
- Finnish: undulaatti
- French: perruche
- German: Wellensittich
- Greek: παπαγαλάκι
- Italian: pappagallino
- Japanese: セキセイインコ
- Korean: 잉꼬
- Norwegian: undulat
- Polish: papużka falista
- European Portuguese: periquito australiano
- Romanian: peruș
- Russian: волнистый попугайчик
- Spanish: periquito
- Swedish: undulat
- Thai: นกขนาดเล็กตระกูลเดียวกับนกแก้ว
- Turkish: muhabbet kuşu
- Ukrainian: хвилястий папуга
- Vietnamese: chim vẹt đuôi dài ở Úc
Definition of budgerigar from the Collins English Dictionary
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