chick


chick
 ik
noun
(a baby bird: One of the chicks fell out of the blackbird's nest.)
chick n pollito
chick
tr[ʧɪk]
noun
1 (young chicken) pollito, polluelo; (young bird) polluelo
chick ['ʧɪk] n
: pollito m, -ta f; polluelo m, -la f
chick
n.
pollito s.m.
polluelo s.m.
tʃɪk
noun
a) (young bird) polluelo, -la m,f, pichón, -chona m,f; (young chicken) pollito, -ta m,f
b) (young woman) (sl) muchacha f, chavala f (Esp fam), pebeta f (RPl fam), cabra f (Chi fam)
[tʃɪk]
1. N
1) (=baby bird) pajarito m ; (=baby hen) pollito m , polluelo m
2) ** (=woman) chica f , chavala f (Sp)
2.
CPD

chick flick * N — comedia f romántica

chick lit * Ngénero literario en tono humorístico que trata de la vida cotidiana y amorosa de mujeres jóvenes, sobre todo solteras y de la clase media urbana

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[tʃɪk]
noun
a) (young bird) polluelo, -la m,f, pichón, -chona m,f; (young chicken) pollito, -ta m,f
b) (young woman) (sl) muchacha f, chavala f (Esp fam), pebeta f (RPl fam), cabra f (Chi fam)

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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