- 美[ˈkuku, ˈkʊku]
- 复数: cuckoos;
O Cuckoo! shall I call thee Bird.
The cuckoo is a harbinger of spring.
There's a cuckoo, and one or two thrushes.
I found a male cuckoo singing on the top of a tree, very outstanding place.
European arum resembling the cuckoo pint.
He has gone absolutely cuckoo.
Jane imitates the cuckoo.
The mellowness of the cuckoo report the come of spring.
I can tell by its sounds. a cuckoo.
The farmers know it is time to reap their crops when the cuckoo sings.
In England the cuckoo is the herald of Spring.
North American cuckoo; builds a nest and rears its own young.
Our little friends swallow, sparrow and cuckoo have some questions for you.
我们的小燕子 、 小麻雀、小杜鹃特地托我带来一些问题.要考考大家.
Children admire the fairies in that tale living in cloud cuckoo land.
The cuckoo lays its eggs in other birds'nests.
The cuckoo is the herald of spring.
The cuckoo is the harbinger of spring.
The cuckoo is characterized by its familiar call.
In England the cuckoo is a herald of spring.
Wong Kwong Yu and his wife have always cuckoo calls unanswered.
The cuckoo clock poked out its head and called nine o'clock.
In England the cuckoo is the herald of spring.
A cuckoo flew over, calling loudly.
Don't think he's a cuckoo. He's pretty smart indeed.
Huang's wife and one of the main financial cuckoo have absconded, involving more than Major cases.
The cuckoo ceases its warbling at twilight.
I thought I was hearing things yesterday. I thought I heard a cuckoo.
1. a man who is a stupid incompetent fool
2. any of numerous European and North American birds having pointed wings and a long tail
1. repeat monotonously, like a cuckoo repeats his call
cuckoo in the nest
an unwelcome intruder in a place or situation