Definition of craw in English:

craw

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Pronunciation: /krɔː
 
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noun

dated
The crop of a bird or insect.
More example sentences
  • Life, when it landed here, arrived only through powerful stamina or spectacular accident: a fern's spore drifting on the trade wind, a seed in the craw of a bird, the bird itself.

Origin

late Middle English: from or related to Middle Dutch crāghe or Middle Low German krage 'neck, throat'.

Phrases

stick in one's craw

see stick2. it sticks in his craw that he, with his row of medals, must have me for a son-in-law

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