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Translation of "pigeon" - English-Spanish dictionary

pigeon

noun /ˈpidʒən/
any of several kinds of bird of the dove family.
paloma
pigeon-hole noun a small compartment for letters, papers etc in a desk etc or eg hung on the wall of an office, staffroom etc
casilla, casillero
He has separate pigeon-holes for bills, for receipts, for letters from friends and so on.
pigeon-toed adjective (of a person or his manner of walking) with toes turned inwards
con los pies torcidos hacia dentro
a pigeon-toed person/walk.
Translations of “pigeon”
in Arabic حَمام…
in Korean 비둘기…
in Malaysian burung merpati…
in French pigeon…
in Turkish güvercin…
in Italian piccione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鴿子, (作比賽用的)信鴿…
in Russian голубь…
in Polish gołąb…
in Vietnamese chim bồ câu…
in Portuguese pomba…
in Thai นกพิราบ…
in German die Taube…
in Catalan colom…
in Japanese ハト…
in Indonesian merpati…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鸽子, 信鸽…
(Definition of pigeon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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