Translation of cygnet in Spanish:


pollo de cisne, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsɪɡnɪt//ˈsɪɡnət/


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    pollo de cisne masculine
    • They saw an injured female swan and wondered why the male was not protecting its cygnets.
    • The swans had three healthy cygnets that will leave the lake next year.
    • The added danger from predators in the river has led to the cygnets being killed by foxes each year.
    • On Friday the fully recovered male swan was reunited with his brood of five cygnets on the River Kennet.
    • A crack appeared, growing slowly until a pink beak and then a wet, silvery-grey head emerged - a trumpeter swan cygnet.
    • Goslings graze with their parents out of the water whereas swans teach cygnets in the water to be aquatic feeders.
    • The two swans and their four cygnets became covered in oil after the dredgers dug the substance up from the canal bed.
    • The beautiful pair were placed together at a wildlife site at Cheadle Royal Business Park in the hope they would mate and produce cygnets.
    • I was annoyed to see whilst riding along the towpath on the way back into town that the swans have lost one of the cygnets in the past couple of days.
    • The mother had lived on the river for eight years and had hatched three cygnets this spring.
    • Father, mother and two cygnets were released back on to the lower lake at The Lawns in December.
    • Six mute swans and cygnets and three foxes were found dead close to one another in Kilcoole some days ago.
    • Congratulations and well done to the two English anglers who were fishing on Gills Pond recently and rescued a young cygnet that was in trouble.
    • The two swans and their family of three cygnets on Lough Talt this summer proved a big attraction with tourists pulling up along the shore to admire these graceful birds.
    • After hatching, parents led the cygnets to feeding grounds on lawns surrounding the lake or shallow water close to the shore.
    • The two swans have brought seven cygnets into the world.
    • The three cygnets are now well developed and in the fall when their feathers grow, they will rise in flight from the lake waters.
    • We have a breeding pair of swans on North Bradley lake and for the last two years all of their cygnets have been taken by foxes.
    • When the eggs hatched, the mother swan paraded with her six grey cygnets in the bay in front of our house.