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Translation of "peck" - English-Spanish dictionary

peck

verb /pek/
(of birds) to strike or pick up with the beak, usually in order to eat picotear The birds pecked at the corn The bird pecked his hand. to eat very little picar, comer como un pajarito She just pecks (at) her food. to kiss quickly and briefly dar un pico She pecked her mother on the cheek. peckish adjective rather hungry algo hambriento I feel a bit peckish.
(Definition of peck from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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