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bitch

 (bĭch)
n.
1. A female canine animal, especially a dog.
2. Offensive A woman considered to be mean, overbearing, or contemptible.
3. Vulgar Slang
a. A prostitute considered in relation to a pimp.
b. A person in a subservient sexual role, especially an incarcerated male who provides sex to another male under threat of violence or in exchange for protection.
c. A person who is submissive to another, usually by performing menial or unpleasant tasks.
d. A man considered to be weak or contemptible.
4. Slang A complaint.
5. Slang Something very unpleasant or difficult: Fixing the faucet turned out to be a bitch.
v. bitched, bitch·ing, bitch·es Slang
v.intr.
To complain; grumble.
v.tr.
To botch; bungle. Often used with up.
Phrasal Verb:
bitch out Slang
To reprimand loudly or harshly.

[Middle English bicche, from Old English bicce.]

bitch

(bɪtʃ)
n
1. a female dog or other female canine animal, such as a wolf
2. offensive slang a malicious, spiteful, or coarse woman
3. slang a complaint
4. slang a difficult situation or problem
5. slang a person who acts as a subordinate or slave to another person
vb
6. (intr) to complain; grumble
7. to behave (towards) in a spiteful or malicious manner
8. (often foll by: up) to botch; bungle
[Old English bicce]

bitch

(bɪtʃ)
n.
1. a female dog.
2. a female of canines generally.
3. Slang.
a. a malicious, unpleasant, selfish woman.
b. a lewd woman.
4. Slang.
a. a complaint.
b. anything difficult or unpleasant.
v.i.
5. Slang. to complain; gripe.
6. Slang. to spoil; bungle (sometimes fol. by up).
[before 1000; Middle English bicche, Old English bicce; c. Old Norse bikkja]
bitch•y, adj. bitch•i•er, bitch•i•est.
bitch′i•ness, n.

bitch


Past participle: bitched
Gerund: bitching

Imperative
bitch
bitch
Present
I bitch
you bitch
he/she/it bitches
we bitch
you bitch
they bitch
Preterite
I bitched
you bitched
he/she/it bitched
we bitched
you bitched
they bitched
Present Continuous
I am bitching
you are bitching
he/she/it is bitching
we are bitching
you are bitching
they are bitching
Present Perfect
I have bitched
you have bitched
he/she/it has bitched
we have bitched
you have bitched
they have bitched
Past Continuous
I was bitching
you were bitching
he/she/it was bitching
we were bitching
you were bitching
they were bitching
Past Perfect
I had bitched
you had bitched
he/she/it had bitched
we had bitched
you had bitched
they had bitched
Future
I will bitch
you will bitch
he/she/it will bitch
we will bitch
you will bitch
they will bitch
Future Perfect
I will have bitched
you will have bitched
he/she/it will have bitched
we will have bitched
you will have bitched
they will have bitched
Future Continuous
I will be bitching
you will be bitching
he/she/it will be bitching
we will be bitching
you will be bitching
they will be bitching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bitching
you have been bitching
he/she/it has been bitching
we have been bitching
you have been bitching
they have been bitching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bitching
you will have been bitching
he/she/it will have been bitching
we will have been bitching
you will have been bitching
they will have been bitching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bitching
you had been bitching
he/she/it had been bitching
we had been bitching
you had been bitching
they had been bitching
Conditional
I would bitch
you would bitch
he/she/it would bitch
we would bitch
you would bitch
they would bitch
Past Conditional
I would have bitched
you would have bitched
he/she/it would have bitched
we would have bitched
you would have bitched
they would have bitched
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bitch - an unpleasant difficultybitch - an unpleasant difficulty; "this problem is a real bitch"
jargon, lingo, patois, argot, vernacular, slang, cant - a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
difficulty - a condition or state of affairs almost beyond one's ability to deal with and requiring great effort to bear or overcome; "grappling with financial difficulties"
2.bitch - a person (usually but not necessarily a woman) who is thoroughly dislikedbitch - a person (usually but not necessarily a woman) who is thoroughly disliked; "she said her son thought Hillary was a bitch"
disagreeable person, unpleasant person - a person who is not pleasant or agreeable
3.bitch - informal terms for objectingbitch - informal terms for objecting; "I have a gripe about the service here"
objection - the speech act of objecting
4.bitch - female of any member of the dog familybitch - female of any member of the dog family
canid, canine - any of various fissiped mammals with nonretractile claws and typically long muzzles
brood bitch - a bitch used for breeding
Verb1.bitch - complainbitch - complain; "What was he hollering about?"
kvetch, plain, quetch, complain, sound off, kick - express complaints, discontent, displeasure, or unhappiness; "My mother complains all day"; "She has a lot to kick about"
2.bitch - say mean things
kvetch, plain, quetch, complain, sound off, kick - express complaints, discontent, displeasure, or unhappiness; "My mother complains all day"; "She has a lot to kick about"

bitch

noun (Informal)
1. cow, devil, vixen I was a rich little spoiled bitch.
2. nightmare, pig, bastard (informal, offensive), swine, bummer It was a bitch of a winter that year.
bitch about something or someone criticize, condemn, slam (slang), put down, knock (informal), disparage, slag off (slang), flame (informal), diss (slang, chiefly U.S.), pick holes in, pick to pieces, be cruel about, be spiteful about They're forever bitching about everyone else.

bitch

verb
Slang. To express negative feelings, especially of dissatisfaction or resentment:
Informal: crab, gripe, grouse, kick.
Slang: beef, bellyache.
Translations
إِمْرأةٌ داعِرَهكَلْبَةكَلْبه ثَعْلَبَه، ذِئْبَه
кучка
fenališkypotvorasamice od vlkaběhna
tævekællingmærsæk
aĉulinofiulinohundinolupinovulpino
narttu
kuja
szukanőstényszajha
can
tæfa, tíktík
いけいけじゃじゃ馬阿婆擦れ雌犬
암캐
kalėkalės vaikaslapėvilkė
kucekuņa
sukadziwkakurwa
căţeacăţele
sukavlčicakurva
psica
kučkakujapsicasuka
hyndaklagaslynasubbatik
สุนัขตัวเมีย
kancıkdişi köpek/kurt/tilkikahpe
chó cái

bitch

[bɪtʃ]
A. N
1. [of canines] → hembra f; [of dog] → perra f
2. (= woman) → bruja f
you bitch!¡(tía) cerda!, ¡lagarta! (Sp)
3. this car is a bitcheste coche es una lata
it's a bitch of a problemes un problema que se las trae
life's a bitch (and then you die)esta vida es un asco, esta vida es una mierda
4. (esp US) (= complaint) → queja f
what's your bitch?¿de qué coño te quejas tú?
B. VI (= complain) → quejarse (about de)

bitch

[ˈbɪtʃ]
n
(= dog) → chienne f
salope f , garce f
vi
to bitch about sb/sth (= complain) → rouspéter après qn/qch

bitch

n
(of dog)Hündin f; (of canines generally)Weibchen nt; (of fox)Füchsin f; (of wolf)Wölfin f; terrier bitchweiblicher Terrier
(sl: = woman) → Miststück nt (inf), → gemeine Zicke (inf); (spiteful) → Hexe f; silly bitchdoofe Ziege (inf); don’t be a bitchsei nicht so gemein or gehässig; she’s a mean bitchsie ist ein gemeines Stück (inf); life’s a bitchdas Leben kann ganz schön beschissen sein (inf)
(inf: = complaint) to have a bitch (about somebody/something)(über jdn/etw) meckern (inf); what’s your bitch this time?was hast du diesmal zu meckern? (inf)
vi (inf: = complain) → meckern (inf) (→ about über +acc)

bitch

[bɪtʃ]
1. n
a. (of canines) → femmina; (of dog) → cagna
a terrier bitch → un terrier femmina
b. (offensive) (woman) → stronza, puttana (offensivo)
2. vi (fam) (complain) → mugugnare

bitch

(bitʃ) noun
1. the female of the dog, wolf or fox.
2. a (bad-tempered or unpleasant) woman.
son of a bitch noun, interjection
(slang) an annoying and nasty person; an unpleasant task. The son of a bitch tried to cheat me!
ˈbitchy adjective
(usually of women) fond of making unpleasant comments about people. She is sometimes very bitchy about her colleagues.

bitch

كَلْبَة fena tæve Hündin σκύλα perra narttu chienne kuja cagna 雌犬 암캐 teef tispe suka cadela сука hynda สุนัขตัวเมีย kancık chó cái 母狗
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