Lengua inglesa

No se ha encontrado la palabra exacta. Esto es lo más aproximado:

buccal pronunciación
adjective , anat relating to the mouth or the inside of the cheek.
[18c: from Latin bucca cheek]

buccaneer pronunciación
1 a pirate, especially an adventurer who attacked and plundered Spanish ships in the Caribbean during the 17c.
2 derog an opportunistic or unscrupulous businessman or politician, etc.
[17c: from French boucanier , which originally meant -someone who prepares smoked dried meat using a wooden gridiron- (as the French settlers in the Caribbean did); from boucan , the French word for both the gridiron and the dried meat]

adjective said of a person: living or acting as a buccaneer.
noun piracy; unscrupulous adventuring.

buck pronunciación 1
noun (bucks or in senses 1 and 2 only buck )
1 a male animal, especially a male deer, goat, antelope, rabbit, hare or kangaroo. Compare doe.
2 (esp in compounds ) an antelope water buck .
3 an act of bucking The horse gave a huge buck .
4 old use a lively fashionably-dressed young man.
verb (bucked , bucking )
1 intr said of a horse, etc: to make a series of rapid jumps into the air, with the back arched and legs held stiff, especially in an attempt to throw off a rider.
2 said of a horse, etc: to throw (a rider) from its back in this way.
3 colloq to oppose or resist (an idea or trend, etc).
[Anglo-Saxon buc or bucca]
bucker noun .
buck up colloq
1 to become more cheerful.
2 to hurry up.
buck someone up colloq to make them more cheerful.
buck something up colloq to improve or liven up (one's ways or ideas, etc).

buck pronunciación 2
noun , colloq
1 N Am, Aust, NZ, etc a dollar.
2 S Afr a rand.
[19c: perhaps from buckskin, because deerskins were formerly used as a unit of exchange by Native Americans and frontiersmen in the US]
make a fast or quick buck to make money quickly or easily, and often dishonestly.

Hay 26 resultados más que puedes consultar haciendo clic aquí. No obstante, intenta escribir tu palabra de una manera más completa
© Hodder Education