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  • duckling — mid 15c., dookelynge, from DUCK (Cf. duck) (n.) + LING (Cf. ling). The ugly duckling is from Hans Christian Andersen s tale (1843 in Danish, by 1846 in English) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Duckling — Duck ling, n. A young or little duck. Gay …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • duckling — ► NOUN ▪ a young duck …   English terms dictionary

  • duckling — [duk′liŋ] n. [ DUCK1 + LING1] a young duck …   English World dictionary

  • duckling — [[t]dʌ̱klɪŋ[/t]] ducklings N COUNT A duckling is a young duck. → See also ugly duckling …   English dictionary

  • duckling — UK [ˈdʌklɪŋ] / US noun [countable] Word forms duckling : singular duckling plural ducklings a young duck …   English dictionary

  • duckling — See: UGLY DUCKLING …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • duckling — See: ugly duckling …   Словарь американских идиом

  • Duckling (software) — Duckling, the collaboration environment software suite for e Science, is an open source software suite developed by CERC (Collaboration Environment Research Center) of CNIC (Computer Network Information Center of CAS) to meet the rapid progress… …   Wikipedia

  • Duckling (disambiguation) — A duckling is a baby duck. Duckling or ducklings may also refer to: Duckling (software), a collaborative software suite Duckling , a 2011 episode of the TV series Louie Loening Duckling, the name of several models of aircraft developed by Loening …   Wikipedia

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