report this ad

feather

 
feather
[ˈfeðə(r)]
noun
1. pluma (f)
  • you could have knocked me down with a feather me quedé de piedra
  • that's a feather in her cap (sentido figurado) es un triunfo personal para ella
  • to make the feathers fly (sentido figurado) armar un buen revuelo
  • feather bed colchón (m) de plumas
transitive verb
2. (sentido figurado)
  • to feather one's nest hacer el agosto
feather [ˈfeðəʳ]
noun
pluma (f)
in fine feather de excelente humor
that is a feather in his cap es un tanto que se apunta
you could have knocked me down with a feather me quedé de piedra
as light as a feather (tan) ligero como una pluma
to make the feathers fly I am still not permitted to disclose a lot of things learned during the action which might still make the feathers fly ...staring earnestly at the camera and exhorting viewers to tune into the cricket and `watch the feathers fly" Feathers flew in 1991 when the Fusseys complained to the council's environmental health department that the budgies in next door's garden were making their lives a misery
transitive verb
1 emplumar
to feather one's nest hacer su agosto
2 (Rowing) [+oar] volver horizontal
modifier
[+mattress, pillow] de plumas
feather bed (n) colchón (m) de pluma(s)
feather duster (n) plumero (m)
Search history
report this ad
Did this page answer your question?
report this ad