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Significado de “swan” - Diccionario Inglés

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swannoun [C]

uk   /swɒn/  us   /swɑːn/
B2 a ​large, usually ​whitebird with a ​longneck that ​lives on ​rivers and ​lakes: We ​watched the swans ​glide by.

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swanverb [I usually + adv/prep]

uk   /swɒn/  us   /swɑːn/ (-nn-) UK informal disapproving
to ​travel, ​move, or ​behave in a ​relaxed way for ​pleasure and without ​worrying that ​others may ​feelannoyed: She swanned into the ​room, ​carrying a ​glass of ​wine, taking no ​notice of the ​fact that she'd ​kept us all ​waiting for ​hours. He's been swanning around the States (= ​travelling and not doing any ​work) all ​summer.
(Definition of swan from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "swan" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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swannoun [C]

 us   /swɑn/
any of ​varioustypes of a ​large, usually ​whitebird with a ​longneck that ​lives on ​rivers and ​lakes
(Definition of swan from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “swan”
en coreano 백조…
en árabe بَجْعة…
in Malaysian swan…
en francés cygne…
en ruso лебедь…
en chino (tradicionál) 天鵝…
en italiano cigno…
en turco kuğu…
en polaco łabędź…
en español cisne…
in Vietnamese con thiên nga…
en portugués cisne…
in Thai หงส์…
en alemán der Schwan…
en catalán cigne…
en japonés ハクチョウ…
en chino (simplificado) 天鹅…
in Indonesian angsa…
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