Meaning of “dove” in the English Dictionary

"dove" in American English

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dovenoun [ C ]

us /dʌv/

a bird with short legs, a large body, and a small head, often used as a symbol of peace

dove

us /doʊv/

past simple of dive

(Definition of “dove” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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dovenoun [ C ]

uk /dʌv/ us ECONOMICS

someone who believes that the government should not take strong action in controlling inflation, the national budget, etc.:

Anti-inflation hawks at the central bank didn't want to change interest rates, but the doves favored a reduction.
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(Definition of “dove” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)