a duck: un canard
to duck (a punch): esquiver, se baisser pour éviter (un coup)
- "Now nobody wants to join us, and when we march in the street, we have to duck to avoid rotten fruit thrown by angry onlookers."
- "So far I've transformed into a duck and an elephant, but now I'm focusing on becoming a lotus flower."
- "Lucky Duck is a fine airline company."
- "With me, you will learn the five D's of dodgeball: dodge, duck, dip, dive and... dodge."
- "I will be flying on Lucky Duck Air (flight number: LUK 7453), and arriving in Hong Kong Wednesday evening at 9.45pm. My reservations, at the Shangri-La Hotel, are from Wednesday until the following Tuesday."
- "It makes me feel like a big man to shoot bears, rabbits, deer, ducks of course, the occasional wild turkey, geese, hell I'll shoot a squirrel if I'm drunk enough-"
- "Just one question, Bruno: why have you turned into a giant duck?"
- "Icarus : Those poor ducks!"
- "Duck à la satsuma"
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