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Translation of "cock" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /kok/
the male of birds, especially of the domestic fowl gallo, macho a cock and three hens (also adjective) a cock sparrow.
a kind of tap for controlling the flow of liquid, gas etc grifo Once the stop cock was opened, gas flowed into the empty container.
a slang word for the penis. polla
cockerel /ˈkokərəl/ noun
a young farmyard cock gallito The cockerel has been crowing every morning since 4 am.
cocky adjective ( comparative cockier, superlative cockiest)
conceited; over-confident creído a cocky attitude.
cock-and-bull story noun
an absurd, unbelievable story cuento chino He came up with some cock-and-bull story about the dog eating his homework.
cockcrow noun
(literary) early morning con el canto del gallo, al amanecer He gets up at cockcrow.
cockeyed adjective
ridiculous absurdo, ridículo a cockeyed idea.
cocksure adjective
very or too confident creído He was cocksure about passing the exam.
cock-up noun
(British, informal) something which has been spoiled because of a stupid mistake or by being done badly Cagada A major cock-up by the two central defenders led to the first goal being scored.
cock up phrasal verb
(British, informal) to spoil something by making a stupid mistake or by doing it badly Hacer una Cagada The restaurant cocked up our booking and we had to wait ages for a table.
(Definition of cock from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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