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Definizione monolingua duck



duck


Verb

duck (third-person singular simple present ducks, present participle ducking, simple past and past participle ducked)


  1. (intransitive) To lower the head or body in order to prevent it from being struck by something.
  2. (transitive) To lower (something) into water.
  3. (transitive) To lower (the head) in order to prevent it from being struck by something.
  4. (transitive) To try to evade doing something.
  5. (transitive) To lower the volume of (a sound) so that other sounds in the mix can be heard more clearly.
    • 2007, Alexander U. Case, Sound FX: unlocking the creative potential of recording studio effects (page 183)
      The music is ducked under the voice.
Noun

duck (plural ducks)


  1. An aquatic bird of the family Anatidae, having a flat bill and webbed feet.
  2. Specifically, an adult female duck; contrasted with drake and with duckling.
  3. The flesh of a duck used as food.
  4. (cricket) A batsmans score of zero after getting out. (short for ducks egg, since the digit ""0"" is round like an egg.)
  5. A term of endearment
  6. (UK, chiefly East of the Pennines) Dear, Mate (informal way of addressing a friend or stranger).
    Ay up duck, owatha?
  7. (slang) A playing card with the rank of two.
  8. A partly-flooded cave passage with limited air space.
  9. A building intentionally constructed in the shape of an everyday object to which it is related.
    A luncheonette in the shape of a coffee cup is particularly conspicuous, as is intended of an architectural duck or folly.
    • 2007, Cynthia Blair, ""It Happened on Long Island: 1988—Suffolk County Adopts the Big Duck,"" Newsday, 21 Feb.:
      The Big Duck has influenced the world of architecture; any building that is shaped like its product is called a ‘duck’.


Definizione italiano>inglese duck


anatra
  flesh of a duck used as food
  aquatic bird of the family Anatidae
  Un uccello acquatico della famiglia Anatidae, avente un becco piatto e zampe palmate.
  An aquatic bird of the family Anatidae, having a flat bill and webbed feet.
anitra
evitare
abbasarsi
  Abbassare la testa o il corpo per evitare uno scontro contro con un oggetto o un soffitto.
  To lower the head or body to avoid collision, as with an object or ceiling.
chinarsi
  Abbassare la testa o il corpo per evitare uno scontro contro con un oggetto o un soffitto.
  To lower the head or body to avoid collision, as with an object or ceiling.
piegarsi
  Abbassare la testa o il corpo per evitare uno scontro contro con un oggetto o un soffitto.
  To lower the head or body to avoid collision, as with an object or ceiling.
abbassare
adornare
amore
decorare
giornalaccio
immergere
immergersi
piegare
punteggio zero
tela grezza
tesoro
tuffare
tuffarsi
ànatra

Altri significati:
  cotton fabric
  (UK, chiefly East of the Pennines) Dear, Mate (informal way of addressing a friend or stranger).
  (slang) A playing card with the rank of two.
  A building intentionally constructed in the shape of an everyday object to which it is related.
  (transitive) To lower (something) into water.
  Specifically, an adult female duck; contrasted with drake and with duckling.
  a batsman's score of zero after getting out
  A tightly-woven cotton fabric used as sailcloth.
  (cricket) A batsman's score of zero after getting out. (short for duck's egg, since the digit "0" is round like an egg.)
  The flesh of a duck used as food.
  (transitive) To try to evade doing something.
  to try to evade doing something
  to lower the head or body
  female duck
  A term of endearment
  slang: playing card two
  (intransitive) To lower the head or body in order to prevent it from being struck by something.
  (transitive) To lower (the head) in order to prevent it from being struck by something.
  (transitive) To lower the volume of (a sound) so that other sounds in the mix can be heard more clearly.
  shrug (shoulders)
  A partly-flooded cave passage with limited air space.
  to lower in order to prevent it from being struck by something
  to lower into the water


Traduzione 'veloce'



anatra ,anitra ,evitare ,abbasarsi ,chinarsi


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