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cock

noun
verb
phrases
noun
1 noun ZOOL, AGRI male birdcoileach masc1 2 noun stack of haycoca masc4
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3 noun weathervaneeite ghaoithecoileach aimsire 4 noun controlling flowbuacaire masc4  c m ucoca masc4gas cock buacaire gáisair cock aerchoca 5 noun vulgar penisbod masc1  c m ugléas very informal masc1  c m uslat very informal fem2  c m u 6 noun (BRITAIN), vulgar idiotleibide masc4  c m uleathdhuine masc4 7 noun (BRITAIN), very informal nonsenseraiméis fem2  c m ucacamas vulgar masc1  c m ucac asail vulgar  c m uthat's cock! níl ansin ach raiméis!, níl ansin ach cac asail!
verb
8 verb raise, turn (ear, head etc) TRANSITIVEdírigh verb  c m usméid verbshe cocked an eye at him d'amharc sí faoina súil airthe dog cocked his ears bhioraigh an madra a chluasahe cocked his head towards her dhírigh sé a cheann ina treo, sméid sé a cheann ina treo 9 verb pull back gun hammer TRANSITIVEcocáil verbcuir ar tinneallshe cocked the pistol chocáil sí an piostal 10 verb tilt TRANSITIVEbheith ar leathmhaighe had his hat cocked bhí a hata ar leathstuaic air
phrases

to cock an ear

(also

to cock your ear

) éisteacht go cúramachcluas le héisteacht a chur ort féinbior a chur ar do chluasado chluasa a chur ar bior

to cock a snook at sb/sth

she cocked a snook at the Gardaí léirigh sí a dímheas ar na Gardaí