• US /kaʊ/
  • UK /kaʊ/
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  • n. 母牛;
  • v. 嚇倒;
  • We have a cow at the farm we use to get our milk
  • Suspects usually cow during police interrogation

十分鐘讀懂英文史 (The History of English in 10 Minutes)

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  1. words like 'cow', 'sheep' and 'swine'

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模仿動物吃飯 How Animals Eat Their Food

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【口說技巧】台灣人的發音之痛!教你「 N」 發音 (Pronunciation - N, KN)

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  1. the word "n-n-now", "now". it rhymes with the word "cow" - now, cow "n-never", "now".

    那你也能說出 "n-n-now"了, "now"。 "now"跟"cow"押韻-now, cow。 "n-never", "now"。
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【TED】Mark Bittman: What's wrong with what we eat

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  1. i'm going to start with this picture of a beautiful cow.

    讓我用一幅美麗的母牛照片作開始 I'm going to start with this picture of a beautiful cow.
  2. now, you can make all the jokes you want about cow farts,

    現在,你可盡情地開有關牛屁的笑話 Now, you can make all the jokes you want about cow farts,
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  1. Someone who blocks the aisles in a grocery store with their massive girth.
    Get the hell out of my way you fucking cow!
  2. 1. A domesticted hooved animal that can be used for meat, leather, milk and miscelanous byproducts. 2. A person with a gigantic ass. 3. The ultimate proof of the axiom "You are what you eat".
    Get that cow meat out of your mouth now you freakin' cow!
  3. Some girl who is being a total bitch, particularyly offensive as it is basically calling them fat, and we know they dont like that.
    "You fucking cow" "Fuck off you cow" "You cow!"
  4. The word 'cow' is also a moderately offensive insult in the United Kingdom towards a woman who is supremely unpleasant.
    "You fat cow!"
  5. A derogatory term used by vampires in White Wolf's table top RPG, the World of Darkness, to describe a human or humans.
    The kine usually aren't much of a threat, they're just yummy blood bags.
  6. 1. An animal used for meat and for milk. Domesticated. Sadly, this animal has had a rather bloody history, and not even their babies are safe from being turned into food; the little ones become an evil food known as [veal]. 2. A term for a nasty, stupid, and/or [promiscuous] person (usually female), despite that cows are cute and relatively intelligent animals.
    I'd call [Ann Coulter] an [ignorant] cow, but that would be insulting to the cow; cows (and dogs) are too cute and too smart to be seen as horrible; she's a fly.
  7. Is it just me, or does anyone else find it amazing that our government can track a cow born in Canada almost three years ago, right to the stall where she sleeps in the state of Washington. And they tracked her calves to their stalls. But they are unable to locate 11 million illegal aliens wandering around our country. Maybe we should give them all a cow.
    Cows are truly the governments toys.
  8. Leather seats!
    Damn tha cloth if its a Lac lay'n back on cows is where its at!
  9. Archaic plural of "cow"
    The seven thin and wasted kine ate up the seven fat kine
  10. A cow is a domesticated bovinethat can be used for meat, leather, milk and miscellaneous byproducts.” It is cattle and is well known for grazing; standing around in grass fields eating grass. Despite the seeming blankness of a cow chewing cud, it is actually an intelligent animal and its social interactions are very complex. Animal rights activists maintain that they share many mental similarities with humans, and given this, there is little wonder why the Hindus regard cows as sacred. However, the denotative meaning of the word cow is much more positive than its many connotations. Perhaps the origin of these negative connotations stem from mankinds misunderstanding and exploitation of these gentle giants. If a stranger calls a person a cow, he is inviting a fist in the face or a slap to the cheek to say the least. In using the connotation of the word cow, it is impossible to positively address another person. This is especially true when used toward women. Women are more frequently referred to as cows due to the fact that cow is the female bovine whereas bull is the male bovine. The more common connotative meaning ofbitchis substituted bycowwhen the female subject at hand is obese or a mother-in-law. “Cow,” as well asbitch,” can mean an unpleasant, stupid, nasty, and even promiscuous (fat) woman. Others address a woman as a cow when she has very large breasts, in light of the very large utters a cow has. The vulgar mass of men today might ask, “so cow is a compliment after all?” No, because utters are usually not perceived as things of beauty, but rather of ugliness, thus calling a large breasted woman a cow connotes disgust. What man is sexually attracted by a cow (no smart remarks)? The connotation of cow can be expanded to include men when dealing strictly with the issue of obesity. It has jokingly been said that the word cow meansthe ultimate proof of the axiomYou are what you eat!” In other words, calling a person a cow, male or female, connotes that they are grossly overweight complete withjelly roles,” a cellulite rear-end, and several chinsa walking hamburger. It is interesting to note however that cows are actually quite lean and muscular; where the connection offatandcowexists is hard to pinpoint, but it exists nonetheless. There are other, more obscure connotations of cow. For example, ever wanted to break the jaw of a person smacking bubble gum? Most people would answer, “yes, actually, I have quite often wanted to.” But due to societal conventions, anger is repressed for fear of consequences and physical violence is substituted by verbal violence, a much safer alternative. “God! Stop smacking that cud, you cow!” Thus, cow also connotes an annoying bubble gum chewer. The last connotation of cow cannot be properly defined. For some odd reason or another, if not heard in an insulting manner, the word cow strikes a chord of humor. Saying, “So this cow walks into the baralways results in boisterous laughter, and this psychological oddity has even been expanded by the incorporation of actual pictures of cows in comics to large success (see Gary Larson). In a denotative context, cows are definitely not funny; all they do stand and eat grass. But until conclusive research is produced as to how this humorous connection exists in the human psyche, society at large will just have to accept the fact that it does.
    1. Read the definition, cow.