wren - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "wren" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

wren / крапивник
имя существительное
wren, jenny wren
имя существительное
a small short-winged songbird found chiefly in the New World.
By the way, I've been called to task for not mentioning that safflower seed is very popular with cardinals, chickadees, blue jays, doves, house finches, wrens , titmice and even bluebirds.
any of a number of small songbirds that resemble the true wrens in size or appearance.
имя существительное
(in the UK) a member of the former Women's Royal Naval Service.
On Sunday, July 31 the York branches of the Association of Wrens and the Royal Marines united in a joint service at All Saints, Pavement for the rededication of their Standards.
The Rock Wren is the largest wren in Washington.
Enemy number two is the house wren that routinely takes over nest boxes occupied by bluebirds and other hole-nesting birds, by puncturing the eggs or removing young nestlings…
Down in the canyon, I often see the house wren , acorn and Nuttall's woodpeckers, wrentit, and, in winter, the yellow-rumped warbler.
My own small back garden contains the live nests of wrens , blackbirds and sparrows, so there will be scores more on the campus.
The Carolina wren of the southeastern United States, for example, extends its breeding range northward in years of mild winters, until a harsh winter wipes out all the wrens for hundreds of miles at the northern edge of the range.
Other insect-eating birds include bluebirds, martins and wrens .
Those who post to the MassBird have been exchanging information on the interesting crannies, nooks, crevices, openings, cracks, fissures and the like where they have observed these ingenious wrens nesting.
Lucky suet providers might also host creepers, kinglets, warblers, and wrens , none of which typically visit seed feeders.
Birds such as dunnocks, robins and wrens prefer a hedgerow which is thick at the bottom.
Although the complex syncopated rhythms of duets can sound to the untrained ear as if they are coming from one bird, they are the efforts of two wrens perched side by side and interposing their notes with precise timing.