swan

swan
noun
1. (animal) 
a. el cisne (M) 
A pair of swans with five cygnets glided by on the river.Un par de cisnes con cinco crías pasaron deslizándose en el río.
intransitive verb
2. (colloquial) (to move casually) 
He wasn't happy with the idea of me swanning off to France with someone he didn't know.No le gustaba la idea de que yo me escapara a Francia con alguien que él no conocía.
She swanned by, trailing a whiff of perfume.Pasó olímpicamente, dejando un olorcillo a perfume.
swan
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el cisne (M) 
2. (fig) 
swan songcanto de cisne
intransitive verb
3. (colloquial) 
to swan in/outentrar/salir despreocupadamente
swan [swɒn]
noun
cisne (m)
Swan Lake El Lago de los Cisnes
intransitive verb
to swan around pavonearse; to swan off to New York escaparse a Nueva York
modifier
swan dive (n) (US)
swallow dive See culture box in entry swallow.
swan song (n) canto (m) del cisne
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