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cock in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcockcock1 /kɒk $ kɑːk/ ●○○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 cockerel.jpg chickenHBB an adult male chicken syn rooster British Englishhen 🔊 A cock crowed in the distance.2 male bird especially British EnglishHBB an adult male bird of any kind 🔊 A cock pheasant rose from the hill in front of me.3 sex organ informal not politeHBH a penis4 cock and bull story5 object that controls flow something that controls the flow of liquid or gas out of a pipe or container syn tap ballcock, stopcock6 manTALK TO somebody British English old-fashioned used by some people when talking to a man they know well half cocked
Examples from the Corpus
cockA cock crowed as morning approached.It's only legal to shoot the cocks, not the hens.The cocks are brightly coloured to attract many duller coloured and camouflaged females as potential mates.