chicken
[ˈtʃɪkɪn]
sustantivo
1. gallina (f) (bird); pollo (m) (meat)
  • don't count your chickens before they are hatched (Prov) -> no cantes victoria antes de tiempo
  • chicken feed -> grano (m) ; (food) calderilla (f) (familiar sentido figurado) (insignificant sum)
2. gallina (mf) (familiar) (coward)miedica (sustantivo masculino) (español de España)
adjetivo
3. cobarde (familiar) (cowardly) (action)
  • to be chicken -> ser un/una gallina

chicken [chi-ken]
sustantivo
1. Polluelo o pollo; gallina (hen); pollo (as generic term).
  • To play chicken -> jugar a ver quién es más gallito
  • Don’t count your chickens (before they’re hatched) -> no cantes victoria antes de tiempo
2. Jovencito; niño. (Figurado)
  • She’s no (spring) chicken -> no es ninguna niña/nena
adjetivo
1. Gallina. (Coloquial)

chicken [ˈtʃɪkɪn]
noun
(hen) gallina (f); (cock) pollo (m); (as food) pollo; (coward) gallina (m)
roast chicken pollo (m) asado
to be chicken dejarse intimidar; acobardarse
to play chicken jugar a quién es más valiente
it's a chicken and egg situation es aquello de la gallina y el huevo
the chickens are coming home to roost ahora se ven las consecuencias
don't count your chickens before they're hatched no hagas las cuentas de la lechera
modifier
chicken farmer (n) avicultoraavicultora (m) (f);a avicultora
chicken farming (n) avicultura (f)
chicken feed (n) pienso (m) para gallinas
it's chicken feed to him para él es una bagatela
chicken liver (n) hígado (m) de pollo
chicken run (n) corral (m)
chicken wire (n) tela (f) metálica; alambrada (f)

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