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a cooked duck sprinkled with red wine and then pressed in a device (duck press) so that the juices can be collected and served as a sauce over the breast meat and legs.
[duhk] /dʌk/ noun, plural ducks, (especially collectively for 1, 2) duck. 1. any of numerous wild or domesticated web-footed swimming birds of the family Anatidae, especially of the genus Anas and allied genera, characterized by abroad, flat bill, short legs, and depressed body. 2. the female of this bird, as distinguished from the male. Compare […]
noun 1. Also, duck and drake. a pastime in which flat stones or shells are thrown across water so as to skip over the surface several times before sinking. Idioms 2. play ducks and drakes with, to handle recklessly; squander: He played ducks and drakes with his fortune. Also, make ducks and drakes of. noun […]
noun Something very easy; cinch, picnic, piece of cake [1970s+; fr the notion of shooting a sitting duck]
- Duck shove
verb 1. (Austral & NZ, informal) to evade responsibility