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American English: /kup/
, /kʊp/
British English: /kuːp/

Translation of coop in Spanish:


  • chicken/hen coop to fly the coop
    ahuecar el ala [colloquial]
    largarse [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Many of the lots had a barn for a cow and horses, and a coop for chickens.
    • At the side of the house stood a barn, and a coop full of chickens scratching at the dry cracked earth.
    • For $80, the farmer sold his guests eight metal nesting boxes, old barn wood with which to build a coop, four Rhode Island Reds, and a sack of feed.

Phrasal verbs

coop up

verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object (usu passive)
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