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In Russian it is possible to say "chickens browse" meaning they look for some insects and seeds to eat. Is it the same in English? In dictionaries I find the verb "to browse" only related to animals, but not birds.
Browsing animals eat from trees and hedgerows, grazing animals eat herbaceous plants at ground level.
Can I say then something like "chickens pick some seeds"?
Do they prefer Firefox to Internet Explorer?
Chicken Sandwich browses.
(I'm sorry if I've made the discussion confusing.)