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Translation of "quail" - English-Spanish dictionary

quail

noun   /kweɪl/ ( plural quail or quails)
a small, brown bird that is shot for sport or food, or the meat of this bird codorniz Quails’ eggs are considered to be a delicacy.857487
verb   /kweɪl/ literary
to feel or show fear; to want to be able to move away from something because you fear it temblar Charlie quailed at the sound of his mother’s angry voice. She quailed before her boss’s anger.996
(Definition of quail from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

quail

verb /kweil/
(literary) to draw back in fear; to shudder acobardarse, amedrentarse The little boy quailed at the teacher’s angry voice.
(Definition of quail from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “quail”
in Vietnamese run sợ…
in Malaysian berasa kecut…
in Thai เสียขวัญ…
in French reculer (devant)…
in German verzagen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 害怕, 退缩…
in Indonesian gemetar…
in Chinese (Traditional) 害怕, 退縮…
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