Definition of brock in English:

brock

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Pronunciation: /brɒk
 
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noun

British
A name for a badger.
More example sentences
  • Mervyn King is the wise old brock to whom the otters and accident-prone Mole turn when baffled.

Origin

Old English brocc, broc, of Celtic origin; related to Welsh and Cornish broch, Irish and Scottish Gaelic broc, and Breton broc'h.

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