[poh-cherd, -kerd] /ˈpoʊ tʃərd, -kərd/
noun, plural pochards (especially collectively) pochard.
an Old World diving duck, Aythya ferina, having a chestnut-red head.
any of various related ducks, as the American redhead.
noun (pl) -chards, -chard
any of various diving ducks of the genera Aythya and Netta, esp A. ferina of Europe, the male of which has a grey-and-black body and a reddish head
[poh-shey] /poʊˈʃeɪ/ noun 1. the walls, columns, and other solids of a building or the like, as indicated on an architectural plan, usually in black.
[poh-shet] /poʊˈʃɛt/ noun 1. 2 . /pəˈʃɛt/ noun 1. an envelope-shaped handbag used by women and men noun a pocket handbag or wallet; also, a small pocket Word Origin French ‘diminutive pocket’
[paw-chee-zmaw; English poh-cheez-moh] /pɔˈtʃi zmɔ; English poʊˈtʃiz moʊ/ noun, plural pochismos [paw-chee-zmaws; English puh-cheez-mohz] /pɔˈtʃi zmɔs; English pəˈtʃiz moʊz/ (Show IPA), for 1. Mexican Spanish. 1. an English word or expression borrowed into Spanish; a Spanish word showing U.S. influence. 2. a form of speech employing many such words. 3. an adopted U.S. custom, attitude, […]
[paw-chaw; English poh-choh] /ˈpɔ tʃɔ; English ˈpoʊ tʃoʊ/ noun, plural pochos [paw-chaws; English poh-chohz] /ˈpɔ tʃɔs; English ˈpoʊ tʃoʊz/ (Show IPA). Mexican Spanish: Usually Disparaging. 1. an American of Mexican parentage, especially one who has adopted U.S. customs and attitudes; an Americanized Mexican.