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Definition of 'lark'

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No more checking phones, no sneaky cigarettes, no larking about. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Some people are owls and others larks. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This may sound like students larking around but the reality is deadly serious. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And he will think it so very bad to have gone out on a lark just now! Charlotte M. Yonge The Daisy Chain (1837)This opening lark seems to suit him. The Sun (2012)Are you an owl or a lark? Times, Sunday Times (2013)He continued to lark about during training with his squad. The Sun (2008)Are you a lark or an owl? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Over the past year she seems to have spent all of her spare time larking about on the beach. The Sun (2011)But it is a long road this management lark and you have got to be able to keep doing it. The Sun (2013)Can drive you a bit barmy, this acting lark. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There's no room for larking around. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The sort of Dad who could make being marooned on a desert island seem like a lark. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The pair are pictured larking around at rehearsals, below left. The Sun (2009)If you are a lark or an owl, go with how you feel. The Sun (2009)I like staying in doing things like playing board games rather than larking about in the pub. The Sun (2009)Wine Night owl or morning lark? Times, Sunday Times (2014)They live on caviar and larks' tongues, you know. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But it is a long road this management lark, you know, and you have got to keep doing it. Times, Sunday Times (2013)What next - larks' tongues? Times, Sunday Times (2015)

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Translations for 'lark'

British English: lark NOUN
A lark is a small brown bird which makes a pleasant sound.
  • American English: lark
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cotovia
  • Chinese: 云雀
  • European Spanish: alondra
  • French: alouette
  • German: Lerche
  • Italian: allodola
  • Japanese: ヒバリ
  • Korean: 종다리
  • European Portuguese: cotovia
  • Spanish: alondra

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