hawk Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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hawknoun [C]

 us   /hɔk/

hawk noun [C] (BIRD)

a type of large bird that catches small birds and animals for food

hawkverb [T]

 us   /hɔk/

hawk verb [T] (SELL)

to sell goods in public places by calling out to people: She was hawking flowers at the parking lot exit.
Translations of “hawk”
in Arabic صَقْر…
in Korean 매…
in Malaysian helang…
in French faucon…
in Turkish şahin…
in Italian falco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鳥, 鷹…
in Russian ястреб…
in Polish jastrząb…
in Vietnamese diều hâu…
in Spanish halcón…
in Portuguese gavião…
in Thai เหยี่ยว…
in German der Falke…
in Catalan falcó…
in Japanese (鳥)タカ…
in Indonesian elang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鸟, 鹰…
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