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peacocknoun [C]

uk   /ˈpiː.kɒk/  us   /-kɑːk/
a ​largebird, the ​male of which has very ​longtailfeathers that it can ​spread out to show ​brightcolours and ​patternsshaped like ​eyes old-fashioned disapproving a man is who is very ​proud of his ​appearance and gives a lot of ​attention to his ​clothes and the way he ​dresses
(Definition of peacock from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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peacocknoun [C]

 us   /ˈpiˌkɑk/
a ​largebird with ​long, ​bright, ​showy, ​blue and ​greentailfeathers that it can ​spread out
(Definition of peacock from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “peacock”
en coreano (수컷) 공작…
en árabe طاووس…
in Malaysian burung merak jantan…
en francés paon, paonne…
en ruso павлин…
en chino (tradicionál) 孔雀, 注重儀表和衣飾的男子,虛榮驕傲的男子…
en italiano pavone…
en turco tavus kuşu…
en polaco paw…
en español pavo real…
in Vietnamese con công trống…
en portugués pavão…
in Thai นกยูง…
en alemán der Pfau…
en catalán paó…
en japonés クジャク…
en chino (simplificado) 孔雀, 注重仪表和衣饰的男子,虚荣骄傲的男子…
in Indonesian merak…
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