Traducción de cock en Español:

cock

gallo, n.

Pronunciación /kɑk//kɒk/

nombre

  • 1

    • 1.1(male fowl)

      gallo masculino

    • 1.2(male bird)

      macho masculino
      (sparrow/pheasant) (invariable adjective) (before noun) macho

  • 2

    • 2.1(valve, tap)

      llave de paso femenino

    • 2.2(in firearm)

      percutor masculino

  • 3malsonante

    (penis)
    verga femenino
    pija femenino Río de la Plata vulgar slang
    polla femenino España vulgar slang
    pico masculino Chile vulgar slang
  • 4Britanico coloquial

    (pal)
    macho masculino coloquial
  • 5Britanico coloquial

    (nonsense)
    tonterías femenino
    pendejadas femenino Cono Sur América Latina vulgar slang
    gilipolleces femenino España coloquial
    huevadas femenino Andes vulgar slang

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (gun) montar
    (gun) amartillar
    • Two goons cocked their guns ready to fire at me, still kneeling on the ground, when he lifted a finger.
    • She cocked the hand gun and scurried downstairs.
    • With a 1911, the gun can be cocked and ready to fire with the safety on, so again there is no problem.
    • When you're loading to shoot immediately you can simply position the empty chamber under the firing pin and cock the gun in a normal manner.
    • I pointed the pistol at the shooter, but the gun wasn't cocked.
    • When the lever is on ‘safe,’ the hammer cannot be cocked by the trigger, by hand, or by pulling back the slide.
    • ‘We don't make deals with the enemy,’ he snarled cocking the gun making it ready to fire.
    • Grinning, Vincent raised his eyebrow, cocking the revolver.
    • He stepped into view and the sound of his gun being cocked brought the guards around suddenly, rifles ready.
    • The kitchen door flew open, and one of the men backed into the hall, his gun cocked and ready.
    • At some stage you cocked that gun so that it was ready to fire.
    • The sound of fifty plus guns being cocked ready to fire echoed throughout the enclosed hangar.
    • The hammer must now be cocked or lowered by hand with a single action pistol, and that gets dangerous.
    • He picked up the fool's gun and cocked it in the direction of the children.
    • Chris was just standing up from his seat in front of the computer, cocking a machine gun and inspecting it closely.
    • As quietly as he could he headed up the stairs, revolver cocked and ready in his hand.
    • The young man spun around, only to face a large group of mounted police, their pistols cocked and ready.
    • He cocked it and aimed directly at Vincent, who was caught in his own battle with Greg.
    • Soldiers, with guns cocked and ready, check your ID and query the purpose of your visit.
    • All around, weapons were readied, pistols were drawn, and rifles were cocked.
  • 2

    • 2.1(tilt)

      (head) ladear
      he cocked his hat se ladeó el sombrero
      • She replied stubbornly and cocked her chin slightly in defiance.
      • Cash raises her eyebrows and cocks her head at me.
      • He frowned slightly and cocked his head as he looked at her.
      • He cocks his head slightly at me, the corner of his lips curving upward.
      • The cat cocked its head slightly to the left, as though assessing the fairness of his words.
      • As I look on, the first guy in the group, short and thin with a shaven head, comes to a stop, and he cocks his head sharply in my direction.
      • ‘You look like your mother,’ she said, cocking her head slightly.
      • The black-haired girl cocked her head and leaned forward a bit over the table.
      • Micah asked the question, relaxing back in his seat and cocking his head in my direction.
      • ‘You must be the mistress,’ he said quietly, cocking one arched eyebrow.
      • She cocks her jaw, tilts her head, and taps a fisted hand on the chair's arm.
      • Jem cocks his head, casting a suspicious gaze in his direction.
      • A raven pecks at the dying salmon, then cocks its head and looks at us.
      • She smiled a very pleasant smile, cocking her head slightly.
      • His head was cocked slightly to the right, and he was seeing her through squinted eyes.
      • He cocked up a questioning eyebrow as he bent down lower to assess the noise.
      • She jolted slightly in alarm, before leaning back and, cocking her chin to the side, surveyed him in perplexity.
      • Andrew's brow furrows, and he cocks his head slightly.
      • Alyssa cocked her head sideways slightly referring to the glances they were getting.
      • She cocked one slick eyebrow at us with a small, tight smile.

    • 2.2(raise)

      (ears) levantar
      (ears) parar América Latina
      the dog cocked its leg at each tree el perro levantaba la pata en cada árbol
      • try and keep an ear cocked for the mailman estáte atento / pendiente por si viene el cartero
      • Junior turned around as the dog was cocking his leg.
      • Postal workers are so fed up with dogs cocking their legs on the town's main postbox that the Royal Mail is threatening to remove it.
      • One piece featured a dog cocking his leg against an orange tree.
      • As usual, one charming little dog cocked its leg on my tackle bag.
      • Council bosses are spending £75,000 to discover the effects of dogs cocking their legs against lamp posts.
      • His unluckiest dog cocked his leg at a lamp post - and was electrocuted.