- IPA[ˈkanədə ɡo͞os]
- a common North American goose with a black head and neck, a white chinstrap, and a loud, trumpeting call.
noun: Canada goose, plural noun: Canada geese
- n.a common North American goose with a black head and neck, a white chinstrap, and a loud trumpeting call. It has been introduced widely in Britain and elsewhere.
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This is a story about Amy and sixteen geese. Amy moved to Canada with her father because her mother died in a car accident. ...
... of cheering were tumultuous. At this very moment, Canada manages to get a chance to score at the 9 innings. You can feel the goose bumps that were caused by the tension of the atmosphere, fortunately...