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  • cock|tail — «KOK TAYL», noun, adjective, verb. –n. 1. a chilled alcoholic drink of gin, whiskey, vodka, rum, or brandy mixed with flavorings such as vermouth, fruit juices, sugar, or bitters. 2. an appetizing drink that is not alcoholic, served just before a …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cock-tail — (engl., spr. kóck tēl, »Hahnenschwanz«), kalter Grog aus bitterm Likör und Kognak oder statt des letztern mit Weißwein oder Schaumwein und Zugabe von einem Eigelb und Eis. – Im Sport ein Rennpferd, das nicht Vollblut ist …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • cock-tail — a small row boat carried by the larger luggers, with which they communicate with other vessels (Kentish dialect) …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • cock·tail — /ˈkɑːkˌteıl/ noun, pl tails 1 [count] : an alcoholic drink that is a mixture of one or more liquors and other ingredients (such as fruit juice) We had cocktails before dinner. often used before another noun a cocktail waiter/waitress/bar a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cock tease — (sometimes cock tease or cocktease) is derisive sexual slang used to describe a woman who acts in a sexual manner to seduce men without actually fulfilling the sexual actions. The term has been in use in Great Britain and the United States since… …   Wikipedia

  • Cock-A-Doodle Deux Deux — The Inspector series Directed by Robert McKimson …   Wikipedia

  • cock|a|tiel — cock|a|teel or cock|a|tiel «KOK uh TEEL», noun. a small Australian parrot with a long tail, common as a cage bird. ╂[< Dutch kakatielje, perhaps < Portuguese cacatilho (diminutive) < cacatù cockatoo] …   Useful english dictionary

  • cock|a|teel — or cock|a|tiel «KOK uh TEEL», noun. a small Australian parrot with a long tail, common as a cage bird. ╂[< Dutch kakatielje, perhaps < Portuguese cacatilho (diminutive) < cacatù cockatoo] …   Useful english dictionary

  • cock — {{11}}cock (n.1) male chicken, O.E. cocc male bird, O.Fr. coc (12c., Mod.Fr. coq), O.N. kokkr, all of echoic origin. O.E. cocc was a nickname for one who strutted like a cock, thus a common term in the Middle Ages for a pert boy, used of… …   Etymology dictionary

  • cock-tailed — ˈ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: cock (I) of an animal : with the tail or hinder part of the body cocked up; especially of a horse : docked and nicked in the tail so that the stump sticks up …   Useful english dictionary

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