[ burd-woch ]
/ ˈbɜrdˌwɒtʃ /
verb (used without object)
to identify wild birds and observe their actions and habits in their natural habitat as a recreation.
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Origin of bird-watch
First recorded in 1945–50; back formation from bird watcher
OTHER WORDS FROM bird-watchbird-watch·ing, noun
Words nearby bird-watch
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