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Definición de “peacock” en inglés

peacock

noun [C] uk   /ˈpiː.kɒk/ us    /-kɑːk/
a large bird, the male of which has very long tail feathers that it can spread out to show bright colours and patterns shaped 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
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