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Definición de “crow” en inglés

crow

noun [C] uk   /krəʊ/ us    /kroʊ/

crow

verb [I] uk   /krəʊ/ us    /kroʊ/ (crowed or UK also crew)

crow verb [I] (CRY)

When a cock (= an adult male chicken) crows, it makes a very long and loud sharp cry: We were woken at dawn by a cock crowing repeatedly. When a baby crows, it makes sudden cries of happiness.

crow verb [I] (TALK PROUDLY)

disapproving to talk in a proud and annoying way about something you have done: He's always crowing about his latest triumph.
(Definition of crow from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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