Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Cock"

The meaning of "Cock" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You're about to cock block us both. mean?
A: Yikes! Definitely slang! 😂 That sentence is basically saying you (the person you’re speaking to) is getting in the way or preventing (intentional or not) us from a potential “hook up” or intercourse.
Q: What does cock it and pull mean?
A: Referring to a gun: cock the gun and pull the trigger
Q: What does we had cock blocked him. mean?
A: It means when the guy was trying to flirt with a girl, you and other people (we) got in the way (blocked him). The guy no longer has a chance with the girl because he was blocked. Cock is slang and a vulgar way of saying penis.
Q: What does cock mean?
A: -can I touch your cock? -She saw his cock. -His cock is bigger than mine.
Q: What does cock a doodle do mean?
A: @mjlizaso1: it is the one animal sound that is wildly inaccurate. Like French ducks going "coin coin" or Japanese cats going "Nyan

Example sentences using "Cock"

Q: Please show me example sentences with a cock and bull story.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with cock up.
A: A: "Not only did he fail to jump over the hurdle, he fell face first into the ground!" B: "Hah! What a cock up" ~~~~ "Look, just take this money to Green's bank. Don't lose the money. Don't take it to Smith's bank. Don't cock it up in any other way. Do you understand?" ~~~~ " 1, 2, 5, 4... wait no. 1, 2, 3, 7... that's not right. 1, 2, 4... agh! I keep cocking it up!"

Synonyms of "Cock" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between cock and dick ?
A: Both mean おちんちん in Japanese. They’re just different ways to say the same thing. However, dick is more commonly used in conversation.
Q: What is the difference between cock and hen and rooster ?
A: LOL cock is just another, albeit slightly older, term for rooster, among other things...
Q: What is the difference between I really cock 'my exam' up and I really cock up 'my exam' ?
A: The word "cock" is not used right. It is a bad word but I think you want to say "fuck". In this case you would use the past tense by saying "I really fucked up my exam". Which means you did not perform well. If you were to say "I really fucked my exam up." It can mean that you either did really bad or you did so well it wasn't even difficult. It all depends on the context really.
Q: What is the difference between cock and rooster ?
A: They mean the same thing, but rooster is much more commonly used.

Translations of "Cock"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cock
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cock
A: Chicken
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cock
A: Rooster
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cock
A: Rooster

Other questions about "Cock"

Q: what does "cock" mean as verb?
A: As a verb, "cock" means: to draw the hammer of (a firearm) back and set for firing. For example, to cock a gun means that you have set it to fire when you squeeze the trigger.
Q: Can I call a tap of cock?
Q: Please show me how to pronounce cock and cook.
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Q: ​‎I'm sorry that my cock is smaller than your ex-boyfriend's one. does this sound natural? does this sound natural?
A: I'm sorry that my cock is smaller than that of your ex-boyfriend.

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