cow

cow
noun
1. (animal) 
a. la vaca (F) (female bovine) 
We walked across a field full of cows.Atravesamos un campo lleno de vacas.
b. la hembra (F) (female elephant, whale, seal) 
The cow will suckle her pups for several months.La hembra amamantará a su cría durante varios meses.
2. (pejorative) (nasty or stupid woman) 
a. la bruja (F) (colloquial) 
I hate my stepmother. She's a cow!Odio a mi madrastra. ¡Es una bruja!
My ex-boyfriend is going out with a real cow.Mi ex-novio está saliendo con una verdadera estúpida.
transitive verb
3. (to intimidate) 
a. intimidar 
She refused to be cowed by this threat.No se dejó intimidar por esta amenaza.
b. acobardar 
She could cow him with one glance.Podía acobardarlo con una sola mirada.
cow
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. acobardar, intimidar 
to cow somebody into submissionreducir a alguien a la obediencia
to look cowedparecer intimidado(a)
cow [kaʊ]
noun
1 (Zool) vaca (f); (female of other species) hembra (f)
till the cows come home hasta que las ranas críen pelo
2 (woman) estúpida (f); bruja (f)
modifier
cow house (n) establo (m)
cow parsley (n) perejil (m) de monte
cow town (n) (US) pueblucho (m) de mala muerte
cow [kaʊ]
transitive verb
[+person] intimidar; acobardar
a cowed look una mirada temerosa
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