cock

cock
kok 1. noun
1) (the male of birds, especially of the domestic fowl: a cock and three hens; (also adjective) a cock sparrow.) hane
2) (a kind of tap for controlling the flow of liquid, gas etc.) kran, hane
3) (a slang word for the penis.) kukk, penis
2. verb
1) (to cause to stand upright or to lift: The dog cocked its ears.) løfte, stikke i været, spisse
2) (to draw back the hammer of (a gun).) spenne hanen på
3) (to tilt up or sideways (especially a hat).) sette på skrå
- cocky
- cock-and-bull story
- cock-crow
- cock-eyed
- cocksure
hane
I
subst. \/kɒk\/
1) hane
2) hann (av forskjellige fugler)
3) høysåte, liten høystakk
4) anfører, leder
5) hane, kran, tupp
turn the cock
vri på kranen
6) hane (på gevær)
at full cock
med hanen spent
at half cock
med hanen i halvspenn
7) (på solur, vekt) viser
8) (om øyebryn) heving, løfting
9) (slang) sludder, tullprat, vås, vrøvl
10) (vulgært) kukk, pikk
at full cock med hanen spent
at half cock med hanen i halvspenn
be the cock of the walk\/roost være eneste hane i kurven
cock and bull (hverdagslig) pissprat, tullprat, vrøvl
cock of the eye plirring, skotting
the cock of the school skolens stjerne (i idrett e.l.)
fight cocks la haner kjempe mot hverandre
go off at half cock gå av for tidlig, bli startet for tidlig
hallo, old cock! står til gamle gutt\/venn\/kompis!
a load of old cock tullprat, pissprat
that cock won't fight! (slang) den går ikke!
II
verb \/kɒk\/
1) sette på skrå
2) bøye tilbake (hattebremmen e.l.)
3) spenne hanen på
cock the gun
4) være stor på det
5) dreie, vende (i en bestemt retning)
cock a snook\/snoot peke nese (av noen)
cock one's eyebrow heve øyebrynet
cock one's eyes (at) blunke (til)
cock one's hat sette hatten på (en) snei\/snurr brette opp hattebremmen
cock one's head legge hodet på skakke
cock one's leg lette på benet (om hund e.l.)
cock up (slang) forkludre noe, gjøre en dårlig jobb (med noe)
cock (up) one's ears spisse ørene

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.

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