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lamb US English

A young sheep

Lamb, Charles US English

(1775–1834), English essayist and critic. The author of Essays of Elia (1823), he wrote Tales from Shakespeare (1807) with his sister Mary (1764–1847)

Lamb, Wally US English

(1950-), US writer and teacher. His works include She’s Come Undone (1992), I Know This Much Is True (1998), and The Hour I First Believed (2008)

baa-lamb US English

A child’s name for a lamb

beaver lamb US English

Lambskin made to look like beaver fur

Persian lamb US English

A silky, tightly curled fur made from or resembling the fleece of a young karakul, used to make clothing

paschal lamb US English

A lamb sacrificed at Passover

lamb's fry US English

Lamb’s offal as food, in particular:

Lamb of God US English

A title of Jesus (see John 1:29)

lamb's ears US English

A southwestern Asian plant of the mint family that has gray-green woolly leaves and is cultivated as an ornamental, particularly for ground cover

lamb's-tails US English

Catkins from the hazel tree

lamb's lettuce US English

Another term for corn salad.

lamb's tongue US English

Another term for lamb's ears.

lamb's-quarters US English

A herbaceous plant with mealy, edible leaves, often considered to be a weed

like a lamb to (the) slaughter US English

As a helpless victim

quiet as a mouse in quiet US English

(Of a person or animal) extremely quiet or docile

Melbourne, 2nd Viscount US English

(1779–1848), British statesman; prime minister 1834 and 1835–41; born William Lamb. He became chief political adviser to Queen Victoria after her accession in 1837

quiet as a mouse US English

(Of a person or animal) extremely quiet or docile

William Lamb in Melbourne, 2nd Viscount US English

(1779–1848), British statesman; prime minister 1834 and 1835–41; born William Lamb. He became chief political adviser to Queen Victoria after her accession in 1837

in two shakes US English

Very quickly

lamb English-Spanish

cordero masculine

baa-lamb English-Spanish

corderito

lamb chop English-Spanish

chuleta feminine de cordero

Persian lamb English-Spanish

caracul masculine

her pet lamb in pet English-Spanish

el corderito que tiene en casa

shank of lamb in shank English-Spanish

pierna de cordero

the Lamb of God in lamb English-Spanish

el Cordero de Dios

lamb is off today in off English-Spanish

hoy no hay cordero

a joint of lamb/pork in joint English-Spanish

un trozo de cordero/cerdopara asar

mutton dressed as lamb in mutton English-Spanish

una vieja vestida de jovencita

she took it like a lamb in lamb English-Spanish

se lo tomó muy mansamente

the poor lamb's exhausted in lamb English-Spanish

el pobrecito está rendido

like a lamb to the slaughter in lamb English-Spanish

como cordero que llevan al matadero

in two shakes (of a lamb's tail) in shake US Thesaurus

I'll be there in two shakes

he just stood there like a lamb in lamb English-Spanish

se quedó allí como atontado

lamb and mint sauce go well together in go English-Spanish

el cordero queda muy bien con salsa de menta

lamb and mint sauce go well together in go together English-Spanish

el cordero queda muy bien con salsa de menta


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