crow po angielsku

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n. any of various large black birds; cry of a rooster
v. cry out; cry out in triumph; brag, boast
n. member of the Crow Indian tribe of eastern Montana

Przykładowe zdania

“Yes, that is the case,” said the crow; “but it pains me to speak in your language; do not you know that of the crows?”
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“Yes, they made a diabolical sound,” continued the crow.
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“Well, I have tried to recite the fable Master Crow, but it all came out different!” Alice replied in a very melancholy voice.
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“My fiancé has spoken so very highly of you, my little lady,” said the crow.
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“Do not refer to that,” said the forest crow.
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“And the crows?” asked Gerda.
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Above them flew crows, with their discordant cries. However, much further away shone the moon, in its splendid clarity.
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Gerda hardly understood the expression ‘all alone’, but she knew it well by experience, and understood the crow's question.
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On entering, a mass of crows took flight, and they flew away with long mingled caws.
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Then she recounted her entire story, and did not omit to make note of how the crows had been so helpful to her.
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Synonimy

kind of bird: chicken, duck, goose, bird, turkey



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