crow

I [krəʊ]
nome
1) (bird) corvo m., cornacchia f.
2) (cock's cry) canto m. del gallo
••

as the crow flies — in linea d'aria

II [krəʊ]
verbo intransitivo
1) (exult) esultare, gridare di gioia
2) [baby] fare gridolini (di gioia)
3) (pass. crowed, ant. crew) [cock] cantare
* * *
[krəu] 1. noun
1) (the name given to a number of large birds, generally black.) corvo
2) (the cry of a cock.) canto del gallo
2. verb
1) ((past tense crew) to utter the cry of a cock.) cantare
2) (to utter a cry of delight etc: The baby crowed with happiness.) fare gridolini
* * *
[krəʊ]
1. n
1) (bird) cornacchia

hooded crow — cornacchia grigia

as the crow flies — in linea d'aria

2) (noise: of cock) canto del gallo, chicchirichì m inv , (of baby, person) gridolino
2. vi
1) crowed or crew pt crowed pp , (cock) cantare, fare chicchirichì
2) crowed pt, pp , (child) lanciare gridolini, fig

to crow over or about sth — vantarsi di qc

to crow with delight — lanciare gridolini di piacere

* * *
crow (1) /krəʊ/
n.
1 (zool.) uccello dei corvidi (in genere)
2 (zool.) cornacchia: carrion crow (Corvus corone), cornacchia nera; hooded crow (Corvus cornix), cornacchia grigia
3 (slang) corvo
4 (= crowbar) palanchino; piede di porco
5 (slang spreg. USA) ragazza brutta; racchia
6 (spreg. USA) negro
7 (gergo mil., USA) aquila (simbolo di grado); (per estens.) ufficiale della marina militare; comandante
8 (gergo della malavita) palo
crow's-foot, zampa di gallina (ruga); (mil., stor.) tribolo (usato contro la cavalleria) □ (naut.) crow's-nest, coffa; gabbia (di vedetta) □ as the crow flies, in linea d'aria □ (fam. USA) to eat crow, riconoscere di essere in torto; ingollare il rospo; andare a Canossa.
crow (2) /krəʊ/
n.
1 canto del gallo
2 gridolino di gioia (di bimbo).
(to) crow /krəʊ/
(pass. crowed, crew, p. p. crowed), v. i.
1 cantare (del gallo)
2 (di bambino) fare gridolini di gioia
3 (fig.) cantare vittoria; esultare: You shouldn't crow over a defeated enemy, non dovresti cantare vittoria su un nemico vinto
4 gloriarsi; vantarsi: to crow over one's ancestors, gloriarsi dei propri antenati
to crow over one's victory, vantarsi d'aver vinto.
* * *
I [krəʊ]
nome
1) (bird) corvo m., cornacchia f.
2) (cock's cry) canto m. del gallo
••

as the crow flies — in linea d'aria

II [krəʊ]
verbo intransitivo
1) (exult) esultare, gridare di gioia
2) [baby] fare gridolini (di gioia)
3) (pass. crowed, ant. crew) [cock] cantare

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