There are 3 main translations of cod in Español

: COD1cod2cod3

COD1

contra reembolso, adv.

adverbio

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    contra reembolso

    cash or AmE also collect on delivery


nombre

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    pago contra reembolso masculino

    cash or AmE also collect on delivery


There are 3 main translations of cod in Español

: COD1cod2cod3

cod2

bacalao, n.

Pronunciación /kɑd//kɒd/

nombre

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    bacalao masculino
    • Salt fish cakes are made from shredded salted codfish mashed together with boiled potatoes, onions, and pepper, then placed in a batter and fried.
    • Populations of cod, haddock, halibut, red drum and yellowtail flounder are at record lows.
    • It is now illegal to fish for cod and lobsters are taken on a strict quota basis.
    • The deer were gone, and the codfish that sustained the local economy was mostly salted for export.
    • There were six-and seven-foot-long codfish weighing as much as 200 pounds.
    • These larger animals include the great schools of fish, such as tuna, menhaden, cod and mackerel, which we catch for food.
    • Why is the government saying that, if the codfish come back, draggers will be allowed to take part in any future fishery?
    • I know you all love me, but I need to do something, not sit around her like a codfish in a tank.
    • Some types of fish - such as cod, tuna or halibut - have less total fat, saturated fat and cholesterol than do meat and poultry.
    • There were fresh shrimp, mussels, and codfish in the mix, and little fronds of carrot and fennel, all of which were nicely fried to a golden, tempura-like crispness.
    • Following the collapse of white fish stocks like cod and haddock, the town has reinvented itself as the country's largest shellfish port.
    • The threat of a ban on fishing for cod, whiting and haddock brings home the stark reality.
    • Sunday breakfast is generally a big meal of salt codfish from Nova Scotia, egg sauce, boiled potatoes, cooked bananas, and avocado when in season.
    • A more popular Creole dish is roasted breadfruit with salted codfish, onions, and peppers cooked in oil.
    • I feel so numb that if someone where to beat me around the head with a 5 kilo codfish I wouldn't notice.
    • Place the salted codfish into a bowl, breaking it into large chunks.
    • The happy family travel to the local steam baths and cleanse themselves before settling down to a meal of boiled codfish.
    • We had the green onions for the softness, the beans and pistachios took care of the crunch - both of them complementing the pleasantly firm codfish really well.
    • Helen ordered the baked cod, which came with tomatoes and I think basil.
    • Proteins that occur only in minor amounts can also be major food allergens, as has been shown for an allergen from codfish.

There are 3 main translations of cod in Español

: COD1cod2cod3

cod3

falso, adj.

adjetivo

Britanico
coloquial

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    (letter/fax/report) falso
    (accent) fingido
    • In the end it wasn't cod philosophy that got him the limelight, but a more potent source: his dysfunctional family.
    • There's an angry man sitting behind her, scowling, moaning, clutching his can of special brew and dispensing his own brand of cod philosophy.
    • The two-page special only ran in their English editions and was otherwise replaced by something else for fear of tarnishing their cod Scottish credentials.
    • The actor's cod British accent was perhaps questionable, but who cares?
    • We can see through the pseudo-humility, cod philosophy and self-serving attempts to gain a reputation as a staunch supporter of charitable causes.
    • Curiously it's metropolitans in Belfast and Dublin who are the most ready to put on cod Fermanagh accents.
    • Oh, the novel has heaps of cod psychology thrown in so the hero is eternally conflicted.
    • The English character actors did their furrow-browed ancient Roman with cod fortitude.
    • Minds doped up on this kind of cod theology have a hard time distinguishing between these men.
    • The contemporary appeal of the cod memoirs of a parochial clergyman, covering 50 years of his apparently uneventful life, is open to question.
    • In the tradition of really silly cod spy thrillers, the villains are out to set the world aflame and the spy will have to use lots of high tech stuff to save us all.
    • It is possible to abhor the national anthems and the cod patriotism when ‘our’ athlete wins, and the indifference to the sporting achievements of other nations.
    • The biographer delicately demonstrates the impact of this tumultuous childhood on the poet's work, without resorting to cod psychology.