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     1. n. Dinde, dindon.
     2. n. (Film) Navet.
           That film was a turkey.
           Ce film était un navet.
     3. n. (Péjoratif) Personne incompétente, dinde.
           The turkey cut in front of me and then berated me for running into him.
           Ce blaireau me coupe la route et a ensuite le culot de m'accuser de lui être rentré dedans.
anglais > anglais
     1. n. Either of two species of bird in the genus Meleagris with fan-shaped tails and wattled necks.
     2. n. The meat or flesh of this bird eaten as food
           All week after Thanksgiving, I had turkey sandwiches for lunch.
     3. n. (colloquial) A failure.
           That film was a turkey.
     4. n. (slang) A foolish or inept person.
           The turkey cut in front of me and then berated me for running into him.
     5. n. (bowling) An act of throwing three strikes in a row.
     6. n. (obsolete) The guinea fowl (Numida meleagris).
     7. n. (medical slang) A patient feigning symptoms; a person faking illness or injury; a malingerer.
     8. n. (dated, slang) A large travel bag; a suitcase; a pack carried by a lumberman; a bindle.
français > anglais
     1. n-m. turkeycock (a male turkey)


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This is the first turkey I've done myself. 
I appreciate you two slicing the turkey for me. 
Turkey, stuffing that kind of thing? 
I'll have a turkey sandwich on whole wheat with lettuce and tomato. 
You'd leave her with her turkey basting all over the floor? 

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