English → English - gillie

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n. low cut shoe without a tongue with fringed laces up the instep; young personal servant to a Scottish Highlander leader; (Scottish) professional fishing and hunting guide
n. gillie

English → Spanish - gillie

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s. ayudante (m), criado (m)

English → French - gillie

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gillie ['gNlN] n Scot serviteur m (d'un chasseur, d'un pêcheur).

English → German - gillie

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Jagdgehilfe, Gutsverwalter

English → Italian - gillie

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s. tipo di calzatura; (ingl. scozz.) servo di un capo di clan scozzese; guida che accompagna un pescatore o un cacciatore

English → Portuguese - gillie

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s. ajudante de desportista (m), criado de chefe de clã

English → Russian - gillie

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с. слуга вождя, помощник рыбака, помощник охотника

English → Turkish - gillie

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i. av uşağı

Dutch → English - gillie

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n. gillie

English → Dutch - gillie

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zn. gillie

English → Hindi - gillie

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n. मछूए का सहायक, शिकारी का सहायक

English → Japanese - gillie

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(名) 足の甲の部分にひだ飾りがついている底の低いくつ; スコットランド高地人のリーダーに仕える若者; (スコットランド)狩猟家や釣り人の案内人

English → Korean - gillie

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명. 안내역의 남자, 안내역의 소년, 길리

English → Vietnamese - gillie

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n. đi theo người đi săn

Definition of gillie

Pronunciation
Noun
1. Male attendant on a Scottish Highland chief.
2. (Scottish and Irish) Fishing and hunting guide.
The gillie still wore in kilt in his laird's clan tartan
3. A man or boy who attends to a person who is hunting or fishing in Scotland.
Verb
4. To be a gillie (a hunting or fishing guide) for (someone).
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Verb Forms

Present participle: gillying
Present: gillie (3.person: gillies)
Past: gillied
Future: will gillie
Present conditional: would gillie
Present Perfect: have gillied (3.person: has gillied)
Past Perfect: had gillied
Future Perfect: will have gillied
Past conditional: would have gillied
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