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chicknoun [C]

uk   us   /tʃɪk/

chick noun [C] (BIRD)

chick noun [C] (WOMAN)

slang a young woman. This word is considered offensive by many women.
Translations of “chick”
in Arabic صوص, فَرْخ, كَتْكوت…
in Korean 병아리…
in Malaysian anak burung…
in French oisillon…
in Turkish yavru kuş, civciv…
in Italian pulcino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鳥, 雛鳥,幼鳥, (尤指)小雞…
in Russian цыпленок, птенец…
in Polish pisklak, kurczątko…
in Vietnamese sự thanh lịch…
in Spanish pollito…
in Portuguese pintinho…
in Thai ลูกนก…
in German das Küken…
in Catalan pollet…
in Japanese ヒヨコ…
in Indonesian anak burung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鸟, 雏鸟,幼鸟, (尤指)小鸡…
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