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 Translation for 'duckling' from English to Polish
NOUN   a duckling | ducklings
ptakzool.
kaczątko {n}
duckling
F
Brzydkie Kaczątko {n}
The Ugly Duckling
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Translation for 'duckling' from English to Polish

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duckling
kaczątko {n}ptakzool.

The Ugly Duckling
Brzydkie Kaczątko {n}F
Usage Examples English
  • Perhaps there were features derivable from the original features that were important for identifying the ugly duckling.
  • Duckling: In the story "Milly-Molly-Mandy spends a penny" she saves up three pennies and buys a duckling.
  • The template for Yakky was Quacker, a similar duckling character voiced by Red Coffey who appeared in a number of classic "Tom and Jerry" theatrical cartoons, debuting in the 1950 short subject "Little Quacker."
  • A duckling is a young duck in downy plumage or baby duck, but in the food trade a young domestic duck which has just reached adult size and bulk and its meat is still fully tender, is sometimes labelled as a duckling.
  • They catch a duckling leaving the pond, the duckling justifies this decision by admitting a fear of water.

  • The title is a reference to the story of "The Ugly Duckling".
  • Studious college girl, spoiled rich boy. Romantic comedy on the theme of the ugly duckling.
  • is a musical adaptation of the 1843 Hans Christian Andersen story "The Ugly Duckling", incorporating a message of tolerance.
  • Following his work with the rooster, Krazy, for some reason, milks a cow. He then befriends a duckling, and pours the milk into a hole in the ground which the duckling swims in.
  • The film's second plot concerns a mentally handicapped man named Cười and his endeavors to raise a duckling, while intermittently attempting to befriend a prostitute, Hạnh.

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