- 1.1 (greedy) [person] glotón, angurriento (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) [colloquial/familiar]More example sentences1.2 (dirty, slovenly) cochino [colloquial/familiar], puerco [colloquial/familiar], chancho (Latin America/América Latina) [colloquial/familiar]
- They are so good in fact, that they'll make you so greedy and piggish that you'll eat two in one sitting and feel sick.
- I was startled in the UK at the piggish drinking habits of my colleagues, and eventually realised it was because they were trying to knock back as much as possible before 11.
- This is piggish behaviour, yet his women, even when they leave him or he leaves them, never seem to criticise him very much, and that's enough to make anyone cheerful, even in late middle age.
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