Translation of skylark in Spanish:


alondra, n.

Pronunciation /ˈskaɪˌlɑrk//ˈskʌɪlɑːk/


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    alondra feminine

intransitive verb


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    payasear informal
    • His acquisitive hands skylarked through the strands of her auburn hair.
    • There's a wedding party in progress at the top table - an assortment of older relatives, skylarking kids and well-upholstered bridesmaids.
    • I've yet to catch him up the riggings with the other boys - in fact, I don't think I've ever seen him just skylarking about.
    • And we conclude this linguistic skylarking with this from AVP Australia.
    • ‘Tree surfing’ is euphoria-induced skylarking on a windy day.
    • Next time I trash a restaurant, I'm going to use the ‘cheeky and hilarious Millsy skylarking defense’ and see how far I get.
    • The upside of this is that it's a good excuse to ditch the usual skylarking.
    • They come across as skylarking high school and college kids as they cavort in the left field stands at Veterans Stadium.
    • He was not involved in any skylarking escapade.
    • By the end of the show, Ridge and Ellis had Laws bleating like a kidnapped baby goat: ‘We were doing all the work and they were skylarking!’
    • In the North, they would be swimming, roaming the wilderness, playing video games, or otherwise skylarking - or so Mark Twain implies.
    • He was skylarking with mates over a few beers and took what he thought was an empty nail gun and pointed it at his head.