bird table

UK / US noun [countable]
Word forms "bird table":
singular bird table plural bird tables British
a tall structure in a garden on which you put food for birds

English dictionary. 2014.

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  • bird table — noun A table, inaccessible to cats, for wild birds to feed on • • • Main Entry: ↑bird * * * bird table UK US noun [countable] [singular bird table plural bird tables …   Useful english dictionary

  • bird table — bird tables N COUNT A bird table is a small wooden platform on a pole which some people put in their garden in order to put food for the birds on it …   English dictionary

  • bird table — bird .table n BrE a high wooden structure in a garden that you put food on for birds …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bird table — noun Brit. a small platform or table in a garden on which food for birds is placed …   English new terms dictionary

  • bird-table — /ˈbɜd teɪbəl/ (say berd taybuhl) noun a table in a garden on which scraps, etc., are put for wild birds, especially in winter …   Australian English dictionary

  • bird table — noun A construction with a tablelike surface placed outdoors to supply food to birds. See Also: birdfeeder …   Wiktionary

  • bird table — noun (C) BrE a high wooden structure in a garden that you put seeds, bread etc on for birds to eat …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bird — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ wild ▪ caged ▪ exotic, rare ▪ common ▪ endangered ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • bird — n. 1 a feathered vertebrate with a beak, with two wings and two feet, egg laying and usu. able to fly. 2 a game bird. 3 Brit. sl. a young woman. 4 colloq. a person (a wily old bird). 5 sl. a a prison. b rhymingsl. a prison sentence (short for… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bird feeder — A birdfeeder, bird feeder, or bird table is a device placed out of doors to supply bird food to birds. The success of a bird feeder in attracting birds depends upon its placement and the kinds of seeds offered, as different species have different …   Wikipedia

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