trout [traʊt] trout trouts
The plural of "trout" can be "trout", to refer to trout in general, or "trouts", to refer to various species of trout.
A trout jumped right between us over the canoe.Una trucha saltó directamente por encima de la canoa entre nosotros.
I don't like eating trout because they always have so many bones.No me gusta comer truchas porque siempre tienen muchas espinas.
3. (colloquial) (pejorative) (old woman) (United Kingdom)
a. la bruja (F)
That trout can't keep from sticking her nose in other people's affairs.Esa bruja no deja de meterse en los asuntos ajenos.
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