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Definición de “cow” en inglés

cow

noun uk   /kaʊ/ us  

cow noun (ANIMAL)

A1 [C] a large female farm animal kept to produce meat and milk: a dairy cow [C] a large female adult mammal such as an elephant, a whale, or a seal: a cow elephant

cow noun (WOMAN)

[C] UK offensive an unkind or unpleasant woman: You stupid cow!

cow noun (UNPLEASANT THING)

[S] Australian English informal something difficult or unpleasant: It's been a cow of a day.

cow

verb [T usually passive] uk   /kaʊ/ us  
to frighten someone into doing something, using threats or violence: The protesters refused to be cowed into submission by the army.
(Definition of cow from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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