stork

US [stɔrk]
UK [stɔː(r)k]
  • n.
  • Web斯托克;施托克;鹳鸟
Plural Form:storks  
stork
n.
1.
a large black and white bird with a long beak and neck and long legs, that lives near water but often builds its nest on the top of a high building. There is a tradition that says that it is storks that bring people their new babies.

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