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Translation of "hog" - English-Spanish dictionary

hog

noun   /hɒɡ/
US a pig, especially one that is allowed to grow large so that it can be eaten cerdo 471
UK a male pig with its sexual organs removed, kept for its meat cerdo castrado →  Compare boar , sow 471
→  Idioms go hog wild
verb   /hɒɡ/ (-gg-) informal
to take or use more than your share of something acaparar, monopolizar He’s always hogging the bathroom (= spending too much time in the bathroom, so that no one else can use it).789
→  Idioms hog the road
(Definition of hog from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hog

noun /hoɡ/
(especially American) a pig. cerdo, puerco, marrano
hogwash noun
(especially American) nonsense pamplina, disparate, tontería She dismissed his comment as a load of hogwash.
go the whole hog
to do something completely llegar hasta el final I’ve bought a new dress – I think I’ll go the whole hog and buy a complete outfit.
(Definition of hog from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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