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Translation of "cow" - English-Spanish dictionary

cow

noun   /kaʊ/
A1 a large female farm animal kept for milk or meat vaca
an offensive word for a woman that you do not like bruja, cretina
(Definition of cow from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cow

noun /kau/
the female of cattle used for giving milk vaca He has ten cows and a bull.
the female of certain other animals eg the elephant, whale. hembra (de algunos animales)
cowboy noun
in the United States, a man who looks after cattle on a ranch. vaquero, cowboy (cine, etc)
cowherd noun
a person who looks after cows. pastor de ganado, vaquero
cowhide noun
the skin of a cow made into leather cuero a bag made of cowhide (also adjective) a cowhide bag.
(Definition of cow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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