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Crow British & World English

A member of an American Indian people inhabiting eastern Montana

crow1 British & World English

A large perching bird with mostly glossy black plumage, a heavy bill, and a raucous voice

crow2 British & World English

(Of a cock) utter its characteristic loud cry

eat crow British & World English

Be humiliated by having to admit one’s defeats or mistakes

crow hop British & World English

A short jump with both feet together

Jim Crow British & World English

The former practice of segregating black people in the US

John Crow British & World English

West Indian term for turkey vulture.

crow quill British & World English

A quill pen made from a large feather of a crow’s wing, formerly used for fine writing

crow steps British & World English

Step-like projections on the sloping part of a gable, common in Flemish architecture and 16th- and 17th-century Scottish buildings

hooded crow British & World English

A bird of the North and East European race of the carrion crow, having a grey body with a black head, wings, and tail

carrion crow British & World English

A medium-sized, typically all-black crow which is common throughout much of Eurasia

crow-pheasant British & World English

A coucal (bird), especially the greater coucal, which has black plumage with chestnut wings and back and is found in southern Asia

crow's foot British & World English

A branching wrinkle at the outer corner of a person’s eye

crow's nest British & World English

A shelter or platform fixed at the masthead of a vessel as a place for a lookout to stand

eat crow in crow1 British & World English

Be humiliated by having to admit one’s defeats or mistakes

crow-quill pen in crow quill British & World English

A small, fine pen for map drawing

crow's feet in crow's foot British & World English

A branching wrinkle at the outer corner of a person’s eye

crow family in crow1 British & World English

A large perching bird with mostly glossy black plumage, a heavy bill, and a raucous voice

carrion crow in crow1 British & World English

A large perching bird with mostly glossy black plumage, a heavy bill, and a raucous voice

American crow in crow1 British & World English

A large perching bird with mostly glossy black plumage, a heavy bill, and a raucous voice

crow English Thesaurus

a cock crowed down in the village

crow English-Spanish

cuervo masculine

Jim Crow New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

former practice of segregating black people in the US

jim-crow English-Spanish

racista

carrion crow English-Spanish

corneja feminine

crow's feet English-Spanish

patas feminine plural de gallo

crow's nest English-Spanish

cofa feminine

it's nothing to crow about in crow English-Spanish

no es como para enorgullecerse

to eat humble pie o eat dirt oAmerican English/inglés norteamericano crow in eat English-Spanish

morder* el polvo colloquial/familiar, tragarse* el orgullo