cack


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cack

(kæk)
n
1. excrement
2. nonsense
vb (intr)
to defecate
Translations

cack

[kæk] N (Brit) (lit, fig) → mierda f

cack

n (Brit sl: lit, fig) → Kacke f (vulg)
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