English → English - popinjay

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n. showoff, arrogant person; braggart, boastful person; fop, man who is overly concerned with his appearance; parrot (type of bird)

English → Spanish - popinjay

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s. fantoche; petimetre, pedante

English → French - popinjay

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n. fat, freluquet

English → German - popinjay

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n. Geck, Laffe, Fatzke; Vogel

English → Indonesian - popinjay

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n. penyolek, burung nuri, kakaktua, kakatua

English → Italian - popinjay

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s. persona frivola; zerbinotto, damerino, bellimbusto; (Ornit, dial) picchio verde; (Arald, rar) pappagallo

English → Polish - popinjay

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n. papuga, strojniś, goguś, modniś

English → Portuguese - popinjay

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s. janota, pelintra; arrogante; brigão; papagaio (ave)

English → Romanian - popinjay

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n. papagal

English → Russian - popinjay

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с. фат, щеголь, хлыщ; зеленый дятел, попугай; мишень для стрельбы в виде попугая

English → Turkish - popinjay

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i. züppe, papağan, papağan şeklindeki ok hedefi

English → Ukrainian - popinjay

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n. чепурун, папуга

English → Dutch - popinjay

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zn. verwaand persoon, papegaai

English → Greek - popinjay

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ουσ. παπαγάλος

English → Arabic - popinjay

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‏مغرور، المتبجح، طائش، حقير‏

English → Chinese - popinjay

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(名) 鹦鹉, 花花公子, 讲究穿着的人

English → Chinese - popinjay

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(名) 鸚鵡, 花花公子, 講究穿著的人

English → Hindi - popinjay

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n. शुक, तोता, गर्ववाला मनुष्य, छैला, बाँका

English → Japanese - popinjay

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(名) 気取り屋

English → Korean - popinjay

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명. 앵무새처럼 수다스러운 맵시꾼

English → Vietnamese - popinjay

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n. con két, con vẹt, loại chim gỏ kiến, người tự phụ

Definition of popinjay

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Noun
1. A decorative image of a parrot on a tapestry, cloth etc.
2. A parrot.
3. A heraldic representation of a parrot.
4. A vain, gaudy person; someone who is shallow or superficial.
5. A target to shoot at, typically stuffed with feathers or plumage.
6. The green woodpecker, Picus viridis.
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