masculine noun
1. (sound of a fowl) 
a. clucking (of the hens) 
Era la hora de la siesta. Afuera solo se oía el canto de los pájaros y el cacareo de las gallinas.It was siesta time. The birdsong and the clucking of the hens was all that could be heard outside.
b. crowing (of the rooster) 
Al rayar el alba sonó el primer cacareo del gallo.The first crowing of the rooster was heard at the break of day.
2. (colloquial) (bragging) 
a. boasting 
Todo ese cacareo suyo sobre el dinero que tiene y lo importante que es me pone enfermo.All that boasting about how much money he has and how important he is makes me sick.
1. (general) 
a. clucking 
[+de gallo] crowing; [+de gallina] clucking; boasting; crowing;
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