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crow

noun [C]  /kroʊ/ us  

crow noun [C] (BIRD)

a large, black bird with a loud cry

crow

verb [I]  /kroʊ/ ( past tense and past participle crowed) us  

crow verb [I] (CRY)

(of a male chicken) to make a loud cry: A rooster crowed repeatedly. Someone who crows expresses a lot of happiness or pride: “I told you so,” my little brother crowed.
Translations of “crow”
in Korean 까마귀…
in Arabic غُراب…
in French corneille, chant du coq…
in Turkish karga…
in Italian corvo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 烏鴉…
in Russian ворона…
in Polish wrona…
in Spanish cuervo, grajo, canto…
in Portuguese corvo…
in German die Krähe, das Krähen…
in Catalan corb…
in Japanese カラス…
in Chinese (Simplified) 乌鸦…
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