pouch

pouch
[paʊtʃ]
nome
1) (bag) trousse f., astuccio m.; (for tobacco) borsa f. da tabacco; (for ammunition) cartucciera f.; (for cartridges) giberna f.; (for mail) sacco m. postale; (for money) borsellino m.; (of clothes) tasca f.; (of skin) borsa f.
2) zool. (of marsupials) marsupio m.; (of rodents) tasca f. guanciale
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noun
1) (a small bag: a tobacco-pouch.) borsa
2) (something bag-like: This animal stores its food in two pouches under its chin.) sacca
3) (the pocket of skin in which the young of certain kinds of animal, eg the kangaroo, are reared.) marsupio
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pouch /paʊtʃ/
n.
1 borsa; sacca: a tobacco pouch, una borsa da tabacco; pouches under the eyes, borse sotto gli occhi
2 (zool.) sacca delle guance; (anche) marsupio: the pouch of a kangaroo, il marsupio d'un canguro
3 (= ammunition pouch) cartucciera; giberna
4 sacco postale
5 valigia diplomatica
6 (scozz.) tasca.
(to) pouch /paʊtʃ/
A v. t.
1 mettere in una borsa; mettersi in tasca; intascare
2 gonfiare (a mo' di borsa): The little boy pouched his cheeks, il bambino ha gonfiato le gote
3 mettere (corrispondenza) in un sacco postale
4 drappeggiare (un abito)
5 (slang) dare la mancia a (q.)
B v. i.
assumere forma di borsa; gonfiarsi.
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[paʊtʃ]
nome
1) (bag) trousse f., astuccio m.; (for tobacco) borsa f. da tabacco; (for ammunition) cartucciera f.; (for cartridges) giberna f.; (for mail) sacco m. postale; (for money) borsellino m.; (of clothes) tasca f.; (of skin) borsa f.
2) zool. (of marsupials) marsupio m.; (of rodents) tasca f. guanciale

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