English translation of 'cochon'
Word forms: cochon, cochonne
masculine noun/feminine noun (pejorative)
1. (sale) pig
un vieux cochon a dirty old man
c’est une belle cochonne she’s a slut (offensive)
[histoire, film] dirty ⧫ smutty
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Example Sentences Including 'cochon'
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Adieu donc, Gustave, Paul, Claude, veau, vache, cochon, monnaie !Le Monde (2002)
Et Jeanne mangea son pied de cochon, qu'elle n'aima pas, et jusqu'au dernier cartilage.L'ombre d'un roi
Toutes les Corbières m'ont traqué comme un cochon sauvage.Les moulins à nuages
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'cochon' in Other Languages
British English: pig /pɪɡ/ NOUN
A pig is a farm animal with a pink, white, or black skin. Pigs are kept for their meat, which is called pork, ham, or bacon.
Kids can help feed the pigs.
- American English: pig
- Arabic: خِنْزِير
- Brazilian Portuguese: porco
- Chinese: 猪
- Croatian: svinja
- Czech: prase
- Danish: gris
- Dutch: varken
- European Spanish: cerdo
- Finnish: sika
- French: cochon
- German: Schwein
- Greek: γουρούνι
- Italian: maiale
- Japanese: 豚
- Korean: 돼지
- Norwegian: gris
- Polish: świnia
- European Portuguese: porco
- Romanian: porc
- Russian: свинья
- Spanish: cerdo
- Swedish: gris
- Thai: หมู
- Turkish: domuz
- Ukrainian: свиня
- Vietnamese: lợn
Translation of cochon from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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