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grouse

verb [I]  us   /ɡrɑʊs/ infml

grouse verb [I] (COMPLAIN)

to complain: He’s always grousing about how hard he has to work.

grouse

noun [C/U]  us   /ɡrɑʊs/ (plural grouse)

grouse noun [C/U] (BIRD)

a small, fat bird that is hunted, or the flesh of this bird eaten as meat
Translations of “grouse”
in Vietnamese gà gô…
in Spanish urogallo…
in Thai นกตระกูล Tetraonidae…
in Malaysian grouse…
in French grouse…
in German schottisches Moorhuhn…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鳥, 松雞…
in Indonesian ayam-ayaman…
in Russian куропатка, жалоба…
in Turkish bir tür keklik, ufak tefek şikâyet, dertlenme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鸟, 松鸡…
in Polish pardwa, bolączka…
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