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EN[dɒɡ] [dɔɡ] [dɑɡ] [-ɒɡ]
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Fchien WChien
  • Canis lupus familiaris
  • Le chien (Canis lupus familiaris) est la sous-espèce domestique de Canis lupus, un mammifère de la famille des Canidés (Canidae), laquelle comprend également le loup gris, ancêtre sauvage du chien, et le dingo, chien domestique redevenu sauvage.
  • Le chien est la première espèce animale à avoir été domestiquée par l'Homme pour l'usage de la chasse dans une société humaine paléolithique qui ne maîtrise alors ni l'agriculture ni l'élevage.
  • Cette place particulière dans la société humaine a conduit à l'élaboration d'une règlementation spécifique.
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    Definition of dog in English Dictionary

  • NomPLdogs
    1. A mammal, Canis lupus familiaris, that has been domesticated for thousands of years, of highly variable appearance due to human breeding.
      1. The preposterous altruism too! [ …] Resist not evil. It is an insane immolation of self—as bad intrinsically as fakirs stabbing themselves or anchorites warping their spines in caves scarcely large enough for a fair-sized dog.
    2. A male dog, wolf or fox, as opposed to a bitch (often attributive).
      1. (derogatory) A dull, unattractive girl or woman.
        1. She’s a real dog. ‎
      2. SLA A man (derived from definition 2).
        1. You lucky dog!   He's a silly dog. ‎
      3. SLA (derogatory) A coward.
        1. Come back and fight, you dogs! ‎
      4. (derogatory) Someone who is morally reprehensible.
        1. Any of various mechanical devices for holding, gripping, or fastening something, particularly with a tooth-like projection.
          1. (Can we clean up(+) this sense?) A click or pallet adapted to engage the teeth of a ratchet-wheel, to restrain the back action; a click or pawl. (See also: ratchet, windlass).
            1. A metal support for logs in a fireplace.
              1. A hot dog.
                1. Congressmen gleefully wolfed down every imaginable version of the hot dog – smoked kielbasas, jumbo grillers, Big & Juicy's, kosher dogs and spiced dogs [ …]
              2. (poker slang) Underdog.
                1. SLA (almost always in the plural) feet.
                  1. "My dogs are barking!" meaning "My feet hurt!" ‎
              3. VerbeSGdogsPRdoggingPT, PPdogged
                1. VT To pursue with the intent to catch.
                  1. VT To follow in an annoying way, to constantly be affected by.
                    1. The woman cursed him so that trouble would dog his every step.
                  2. VT (nautical) To fasten a hatch securely.
                    1. It is very important to dog down these hatches...
                  3. VI (emerging usage in Britain) To watch, or participate, in sexual activity in a public place.
                    1. I admit that I like to dog at my local country park.
                  4. VI VT To intentionally restrict one's productivity as employee; to work at the slowest rate that goes unpunished.
                    1. A surprise inspection of the night shift found that some workers were dogging it.
                  5. (Can we verify(+) this sense?) VI (with up) To position oneself on all fours, after the manner of a dog.
                    1. I'd ask why you're dogged up in the middle of the room, but I probably don't want to know...
                2. Plus d'exemples
                  1. Utilisé au milieu de la phrase
                    • A bird dog, according to David Smith of the National Bird Dog Museum, can include such breeds as the English pointer and setter, the American Brittany, the German short-haired pointer and the vizsla.
                    • If I had a woman like that I'd trade her off for a yellow dog and then shoot the dog.
                    • I will set the dogs on you, if you don't leave right now!
                  2. Utilisé au début de la phrase
                    • Dog lovers will be able to watch Crufts despite the BBC's decision to drop the show, thanks to a live webstream announced yesterday.
                  3. Utilisé dans la fin de la phrase
                    • The tick weights and coxal indices determined in these studies confirm that a minimal uptake results in sufficient exposure to fluralaner to induce a potent acaricidal effect in treated dogs.
                    • The taste of clean killed, still hunted animals far exceeds that of either gut shot deer or those run by dogs.
                    • After three years without maintenance, their yard has really gone to the dogs.
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                      Liens Connexes:
                      1. en dogs
                      2. en dogged
                      3. en dogma
                      4. en doggedly
                      5. en dogmatic
                      Source: Wiktionnaire

                      Meaning of dog for the defined word.

                      Grammaticalement, ce mot "dog" est un nom, plus spécifiquement, un noms dénombrable. C'est aussi un verbe, plus spécifiquement, un verbes intransitif et un verbes transitif.
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