Traducción de partridge en Español:


perdiz, n.

Pronunciación /ˈpɑrtrɪdʒ//ˈpɑːtrɪdʒ/

nombrePlural partridges

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    perdiz femenino
    • Thousands of the partridges, a native bird of Spain, are being bred in captivity and then released into the wild in Scotland.
    • For many years this bird was persecuted by game preservers who believed that it was detrimental to both pheasants and partridges.
    • A group of partridge exploded out from a nearby grassy knoll.
    • Saddle of venison with garden golden turnips and an elderberry sauce and roasted partridge with braised red cabbage, celeriac and truffle foam were among the delights on the menu.
    • It wasn't long before her cheap and fresh partridge gained popularity among the residents there.
    • We see deer and moose crossing the meadow, we have partridge on the driveway, we see foxes regularly.
    • Rare orchids bloom in the island's interior and the game season from September to March brings hunters to the forests looking for duck, pigeon, and partridge.
    • Rather than flapping the wings from back to belly, as other birds do, the partridges flap from head to tail.
    • There were also a number of snipe, woodcock, and red legged partridge taken.
    • To determine whether the grey peacock belongs with the partridges or peafowl, more data are necessary.
    • Then thoroughly rub each partridge with a lemon quarter so that they are well seasoned with lemon juice, particularly over their breasts.
    • Raptors are known to prey on game species, such as quails, partridges, pheasants and rabbits.
    • The ubiquitous starling is one of the most widespread problem species but blackbirds, partridges, robins, sparrows, thrushes, and finches are also common.
    • One day, a father and son went hunting on a Northern Reserve, looking for moose and partridge for their coming ceremonial feast.
    • The club released almost 50 partridge into the wild this year, thus re-stocking a breed which has become almost extinct in the area.
    • And he found a number of bird species, such as the corn bunting, tree sparrow, grey partridge, skylark, linnet and yellow wagtail, which have been seriously declining since the growth of intensive agriculture.
    • But after ordering partridge with red cabbage and creamed potato for £17, I picked my target.
    • Think roast partridge with wild mushrooms followed by a little pot of chocolate rosemary.
    • How it got in the tree is still a mystery, since partridges are strictly ground birds.
    • The fact that a new genus of partridge was formally described just three years ago tells how little is known about a large percentage of the species in that group.