Definition of 'pigeon'
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Example sentences containing 'pigeon'
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Sir Richard was looking at me intently, like a fancier examining a prize pigeon. THE GWEN JOHN SCULPTURE (2002)I go up to the apartment, collect the documents -- and a spoon from the kitchen -- then return to the pigeon hut. CHAMELEON (2002)
Trends of 'pigeon'
In Common Usage. pigeon is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'pigeon'
British English: pigeon /ˈpɪdʒɪn/ NOUN
A pigeon is a grey bird which is often seen in towns.
- American English: pigeon
- Arabic: حَمَامَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: pombo
- Chinese: 鸽子
- Croatian: golub
- Czech: holub
- Danish: due
- Dutch: duif
- European Spanish: palomo
- Finnish: kyyhkynen
- French: pigeon
- German: Taube
- Greek: περιστέρι
- Italian: piccione
- Japanese: 鳩
- Korean: 비둘기
- Norwegian: due
- Polish: gołąb
- European Portuguese: pombo
- Romanian: porumbel
- Russian: голубь
- Spanish: palomo
- Swedish: duva
- Thai: นกพิราบ
- Turkish: güvercin
- Ukrainian: голуб
- Vietnamese: chim bồ câu
Definition of pigeon from the Collins English Dictionary
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