flycatcher

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Etymology[edit]

fly +‎ catcher

Noun[edit]

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flycatcher (plural flycatchers)

  1. Any of many kinds of birds, of the families Muscicapidae (in Europe and Asia) and Tyrannidae (in the Americas), that catch insects in flight.

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