Traducción de nightingale en Español:

nightingale

ruiseñor, n.

Pronunciación /ˈnʌɪtɪŋˌɡeɪl//ˈnaɪtnˌɡeɪl//ˈnaɪdɪŋˌɡeɪl/

nombre

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    ruiseñor masculino
    • Our love of beauty may not be as intense as that of a Keats whom the full - throated melody of a nightingale's song could transport to the land of the fairies.
    • Listening to the songs of the nightingales and the rustling of the wind through the trees, he delighted in the sounds and smells of nature on that sunny afternoon.
    • He worried about the future of the golden eagle, the osprey and the nightingale and he condemned the persecution of the bullfinch.
    • The pipes now struck a chord with the sorrowful, organic quality of the nightingale's song.
    • It doesn't take much to get him on to the subject of the nightingales, otters, barn owls and even notoriously shy bitterns now living alongside the humans at Lower Mill.
    • The nightingale and woodcock have completely disappeared.
    • Brumm has studied how nightingales - famed for their melodious song - respond to the hustle and bustle in the German capital city of Berlin.
    • Without ears to hear, the nightingale would sing in vain.
    • Or again, the blowing of a car horn just outside the room in which one is meditating might occasion unpleasant feelings, the song of a nightingale might occasion pleasant ones, or the sound of rain might occasion neither.
    • In her mind she tried to recreate the May-smells of clematis and broom drifting in from the rolling hills, the song of nightingales on the wooded heights, the twinkle of fireflies in the ripening fields.
    • I heard a nightjar, and our nightingale gave us a virtuoso performance but still, no cuckoo.
    • It's a hugely romantic spot; you may even hear nightingales sing.
    • Invited to hear him, the king declined, saying he had heard the nightingale itself.
    • There are already an estimated 20000 of them, surpassing native birds such as barn owls, nightingales and kingfishers.
    • The bird is a notorious skulker, tending to show itself only momentarily, and is as difficult to see well as a nightingale.
    • Reich had the bird breeder's equivalent of a green thumb, and was known among bird hobbyists for training canaries to sing the song of the nightingale.
    • In a bit of incredible but completely appropriate timing, the Fisherman sings ‘Oh, God above, how beautiful it is’ as the nightingale's song is heard.
    • But diet extends to a selection of birds including warblers and even swallows, wheatears and nightingales.
    • It is surprising that despite all the pollution, increased lighting and noise, I can still hear the nightingales sing and spot an odd fire fly or two amid the bushes.
    • Leonard captures the essence of the nightingale's song in this piece, with layered beauty, utilizing a couple of unusual instruments in the process.