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English translation of 'groin'

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[ɡʀwɛ̃ ]
masculine noun

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Example Sentences Including 'groin'

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C'est ainsi qu'aujourd'hui le cochon, assure le professeur, « a le groin tout arrondi ».
Libération (2002)
Ensuite, de temps à autre on lui en met des morceaux cachés qu'il a la joie de découvrir en poussant la terre du groin.
Duneton, Claude Je suis comme une truie qui doute
Il arrive souvent que les habitants se retrouvent nez à groin à la porte-fenêtre du salon de leur pavillon !
Le Monde (2002)
Nous pouvons cependant acheter du riz, des poulets et le groin d'un phacochère pour remplacer notre beau cuissot naufragé.
Collectif (Edel, Patrick & Wolfram, Bernard) Carnets d'aventures, Spécial, 2/1989

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Used Occasionally. groin is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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