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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Birds
cockerelcock‧e‧rel /ˈkɒkərəl $ ˈkɑː-/ noun [countable]  HBBa young male chicken
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cockerelA man in his shanty, a cockerel on his crowing post.Then he went over to his cages of white doves, black cockerels and other laboratory animals.Le Coq Blanc - a pause from haymaking to admire their fine cockerel. 2.Then he released the headless cockerel.There were just the mist and the empty roads, and the far-of crowing of cockerels in the dawn.All night he parades up and down the bar like a brawny old cockerel.The problem for the cockerel is that the higher his level of testosterone, the greater his parasite infestation.Eventually he found the cockerel and pulled it out.
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