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partridge Any of several species of gamebirds found worldwide. True partridges of Europe belong to the pheasant family (Phasianidae), and include the common partridge Perdix perdix, which has been introduced to n America. It lives on heathland, scrub and farmland, and feeds on plants and insects.

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partridges

partridges See PHASIANIDAE.

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