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Translation of "hog" - English-Spanish dictionary

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.
Translations of “hog”
in Vietnamese lợn đực thiến…
in Thai หมูตอน…
in Malaysian babi…
in French porc…
in German das Schwein…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動物, (尤指供食用的)豬, (供食用的)閹豬…
in Indonesian babi…
in Russian свинья, боров…
in Turkish büyük besi domuzu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动物, (尤指供食用的)猪, (供食用的)阉猪…
in Polish wieprz…
(Definition of hog from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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