English-Swedish translation of bird

Translation of the word bird from english to swedish, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

bird in Swedish

bird
ornithologynoun fågel [u]
Synonyms for bird
Derived terms of bird
bird of paradise, bird of prey, bird sanctuary, birdbath, birdhouse, birdie, birdseed, bird's-eye, bird's-eye view, blackbird, bluebird, draw a bird's-eye view of something, early bird, hummingbird, jailbird, ladybird, lovebird, lyrebird, migratory bird, mockingbird, sea bird, songbird, tell someone about the birds and the bees, water bird, birdlime, frigate bird, seabird, tropic bird, adjutant bird, anseriform bird, ant bird, antbird, apodiform bird, aquatic bird, arkansas kingbird, baby bird, baltimore bird, bellbird, bird's-eye bush, bird's-eye maple
bird's-foot fern, bird's-foot violet, bird's-nest fungus, bird's eye, bird's eye view, bird's foot, bird's foot clover, bird's foot trefoil, bird's nest, bird's nest fern, bird-footed dinosaur, bird-like, bird-nest, bird-on-the-wing, bird-scarer, bird cherry, bird cherry tree, bird dog, bird family, bird fancier, bird feed, bird feeder, bird food, bird genus, bird louse, bird nest, bird of jove, bird of juno, bird of minerva, bird of night, bird of passage, bird parker, bird pepper, bird shot, bird vetch, bird watcher, birdbrain, birdcage, birdcage mask, birdcall, birder, birdfeeder, birdlike, birdnest, birdnesting, birdseed grass, birdsong, birdwatch, blue mockingbird, boatswain bird, bowerbird, butcherbird, canary bird, canarybird flower, canarybird vine, caprimulgiform bird, carinate bird, cassin's kingbird, catbird, cedarbird, climbing bird's nest fern, coastal diving bird, columbiform bird, common bird cherry, coraciiform bird, corvine bird, cowbird, crocodile bird, crow blackbird, cuculiform bird, dickey-bird, dickeybird, dicky-bird, dickybird, double birdie, eastern kingbird, elephant bird, european bird cherry, european blackbird, fairy bluebird, fig-bird, firebird, flightless bird, flying bird, gallinaceous bird, gallows bird, game bird, gaolbird, gaviiform seabird, gooney bird, gray catbird, gray kingbird, great bowerbird, grey catbird, grey kingbird, hangbird, humming bird's trumpet, hummingbird moth, indigo bird, jail bird, jaybird, kingbird, ladybird beetle, limicoline bird, man-of-war bird, moor-bird, moorbird, mound-bird, mound bird, myna bird, mynah bird, myrtle bird, naked as a jaybird, new world blackbird, night bird, nightbird, nonpasserine bird, oceanic bird, oilbird, oscine bird, ovenbird, passeriform bird, pelagic bird, pelecaniform seabird, perching bird, phoebe bird, piciform bird, podicipitiform seabird, policeman bird, prairie bird's-foot trefoil, procellariiform seabird, puffbird, queer bird, quetzal bird, railbird, raptorial bird, rare bird, ratite bird, red-winged blackbird, red bird's eye, redbird, redbird cactus, redbird flower, reedbird, ricebird, riflebird, rifleman bird, ring blackbird, rusty blackbird, satin bird, satin bowerbird, scrub-bird, scrub bird, scrubbird, secretary bird, sedge bird, shoebird, shore bird, shorebird, snakebird, snowbird, sphenisciform seabird, spotted antbird, stiltbird, stinkbird, summer redbird, surfbird, tailorbird, thunderbird, tropicbird, tyrant bird, umbrella bird, vegetable hummingbird, wading bird, waterbird, weaverbird, western kingbird, whirlybird, widow bird, yard bird, yardbird, yardbird parker, yellowbird, young bird, zubird
Anagrams of bird
Examples with translation
A bat is no more a bird than a rat is.
What a beautiful bird it is!
This bird lives neither in Japan nor in China.
A bat is not a bird, but a mammal.
This bird is a wagtail.
I can't draw a bird.
I'm as free as a bird.
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Definitions of bird
noun
1. bird - warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
  craniate, vertebrate animals having a bony or cartilaginous skeleton with a segmented spinal column and a large brain enclosed in a skull or cranium
  aves, class aves (ornithology) the class of birds
  flock a group of birds
  dickey-bird, dickeybird, dicky-bird, dickybird small bird; adults talking to children sometimes use these words to refer to small birds
  cock adult male bird
  hen female of certain aquatic animals e.g. octopus or lobster
  nester a bird that has built (or is building) a nest
  night bird any bird associated with night: owl; nightingale; nighthawk; etc
  bird of passage any bird that migrates seasonally
  protoavis most primitive avian type known; extinct bird of the Triassic having bird-like jaw and hollow limbs and breastbone with dinosaur-like tail and hind limbs
  archaeopteryx, archaeopteryx lithographica, archeopteryx extinct primitive toothed bird of the Jurassic period having a long feathered tail and hollow bones; usually considered the most primitive of all birds
  sinornis sparrow-sized fossil bird of the Jurassic period to the Cretaceous period having a keeled breastbone and vestigial tail; found in China; considered possibly the second most primitive of all birds
  ibero-mesornis sparrow-sized fossil bird of the Cretaceous period having a vestigial tail; found in Spain; considered possibly the third most primitive of all birds
  archaeornis extinct primitive toothed bird with a long feathered tail and three free clawed digits on each wing
  flightless bird, ratite, ratite bird flightless birds having flat breastbones lacking a keel for attachment of flight muscles: ostriches; cassowaries; emus; moas; rheas; kiwis; elephant birds
  carinate, carinate bird, flying bird birds having keeled breastbones for attachment of flight muscles
  passeriform bird, passerine perching birds mostly small and living near the ground with feet having 4 toes arranged to allow for gripping the perch; most are songbirds; hatchlings are helpless
  nonpasserine bird chiefly arboreal birds especially of the order Coraciiformes
  bird of prey, raptor, raptorial bird any of numerous carnivorous birds that hunt and kill other animals
  neb, nib, pecker, beak, bill the writing point of a pen
  gallinacean, gallinaceous bird heavy-bodied largely ground-feeding domestic or game birds
  parrot usually brightly colored zygodactyl tropical birds with short hooked beaks and the ability to mimic sounds
  cuculiform bird birds having zygodactyl feet (except for the touracos)
  coraciiform bird chiefly short-legged arboreal nonpasserine birds that nest in holes
  apodiform bird nonpasserine bird having long wings and weak feet; spends much of its time in flight
  caprimulgiform bird long-winged nonpasserine birds
  piciform bird any of numerous nonpasserine insectivorous climbing birds usually having strong bills for boring wood
  trogon forest bird of warm regions of the New World having brilliant lustrous plumage and long tails
  aquatic bird wading and swimming and diving birds of either fresh or salt water
  furcula a forked bone formed by the fusion of the clavicles of most birds
  plumage, feather, plume turning an oar parallel to the water between pulls
  wing a movable organ for flying (one of a pair)
  pennon, pinion wing of a bird
  bird's foot the foot of a bird
  uropygium posterior part of a bird's body from which the tail feathers grow
  croupe, croup, hindquarters, rump a disease of infants and young children; harsh coughing and hoarseness and fever and difficult breathing
  air sac any of the membranous air-filled extensions of the lungs of birds
  preen gland, uropygial gland oil-secreting gland situated at the base of the tail in most birds
  syrinx the vocal organ of a bird
  twitterer a bird that twitters
  fowl, bird warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
2. bird - the flesh of a bird or fowl (wild or domestic) used as food
  fowl
  meat the flesh of animals (including fishes and birds and snails) used as food
  bird warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
  wishbone, wishing bone the furcula of a domestic fowl
  poultry flesh of chickens or turkeys or ducks or geese raised for food
  wildfowl flesh of any of a number of wild game birds suitable for food
  drumstick a stick used for playing a drum
  second joint, thigh the upper joint of the leg of a fowl
  wing a movable organ for flying (one of a pair)
  giblet, giblets edible viscera of a fowl
  oyster marine mollusks having a rough irregular shell; found on the sea bed mostly in coastal waters
  parson's nose, pope's nose the tail of a dressed fowl
  dark meat the flesh of the legs of fowl used as food
verb
1. bird - watch and study birds in their natural habitat
  birdwatch
  observe stick to correctly or closely; "The pianist kept time with the metronome"; "keep count"; "I cannot keep track of all my employees"
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