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Translation of "roost" - English-Spanish dictionary

roost

noun /ruːst/
a branch etc on which a bird rests at night.
percha, gallinero
rooster noun (especially American) a farmyard cock.
gallo
rule the roost to be the person in a group, family etc whose orders, wishes etc are obeyed
llevar la batuta, llevar las riendas, dirigir el cotarro
Alison clearly rules the roost in that household.
Translations of “roost”
in Vietnamese nơi chim đậu…
in Thai คอนสำหรับนกเกาะนอน…
in Malaysian ranting pokok…
in French perchoir…
in German die Ruhestange…
in Chinese (Traditional) (鳥的)棲身處,棲木…
in Indonesian tempat bersarang…
in Russian насест…
in Turkish tünek, kuş yuvası…
in Chinese (Simplified) (鸟的)栖身处,栖木…
in Polish grzęda…
(Definition of roost from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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