pique

  • 61pique — {{#}}{{LM P30433}}{{〓}} {{SynP31165}} {{[}}pique{{]}} ‹pi·que› {{《}}▍ s.m.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} {{※}}col.{{¤}} Resentimiento o enfado. {{<}}2{{>}} Empeño en conseguir algo por amor propio o por rivalidad. {{<}}3{{>}} {{\}}LOCUCIONES:{{/}} ► {{{}}irse …

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  • 62pique — pique1 [pi:k] n [U] 1.) a feeling of being annoyed or upset, especially because someone has ignored you or insulted you ▪ He stormed out in a fit of pique . 2.) also piqué a type of material made of cotton, silk, or ↑rayon pique 2 pique2 v [ …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 63pique — [[t]pi͟ːk[/t]] piques, piquing, piqued 1) N UNCOUNT Pique is the feeling of annoyance you have when you think someone has not treated you properly. Mimi had gotten over her pique at Susan s refusal to accept the job. 2) VERB If something piques… …

    English dictionary

  • 64pique — 1 noun (U) 1 a feeling of being annoyed or upset, especially because someone has ignored you or made you look stupid: a fit of pique (=sudden anger): Greta stormed off in a fit of pique. 2 also piqué a type of material made of cotton, silk, or… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 65pique — nf. peka (Megève), pèka (Albertville.021), pika (Albanais.001). E. : Piquet. A1) petite pique : pèkon nm. (021). A2) pique de carrier : pèstèvé nm. (021), R. => Tête bêche. E. : Barre à mine. A3) pique, parole blessante : => Mot (blessant) …

    Dictionnaire Français-Savoyard

  • 66Piqué — 1Pi|qué : ↑ 1Pikee. 2Pi|qué [pi ke: ], das; s, s [frz. piqué] (Fachspr.): Maßeinheit für Einschlüsse bei Diamanten. * * * Piqué   [pi ke, französisch],    1) der, s/ s, Billard: Stoß, der einen schnellen Rückwärtsef …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 67Piqué — 1Pi|qué [pi ke:] der, österr. auch das; s, s <aus fr. piqué, vgl. 1↑Pikee>: 1. franz. Form von 1↑Pikee. 2. Stoß beim Billard, der einen schnellen Rückwärtseffet vermittelt; Ggs. ↑Massé. Piqué 2 2Pi|qué …

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  • 68pique — pique1 [pi:k] noun a feeling of irritation or resentment resulting from a slight, especially to one s pride: he left in a fit of pique. verb (piques, piquing, piqued) 1》 stimulate (interest or curiosity). 2》 (be piqued) feel irritated or… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 69pique — [[t]pik[/t]] v. piqued, piqu•ing, n. 1) to affect with sharp irritation and resentment, esp. by some wound to pride 2) to wound (the pride, vanity, etc.) 3) to excite, arouse, or provoke: The remark piqued my curiosity[/ex] 4) archaic to pride… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 70pique — 1. v. & n. v.tr. (piques, piqued, piquing) 1 wound the pride of, irritate. 2 arouse (curiosity, interest, etc.). 3 (refl.; usu. foll. by on) pride or congratulate oneself. n. ill feeling; enmity; resentment (in a fit of pique) …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 71piqué — or pique noun Etymology: French piqué, from past participle of piquer to prick, quilt Date: 1852 1. a durable ribbed clothing fabric of cotton, rayon, or silk 2. decoration of a tortoiseshell or ivory object with inlaid fragments of gold or… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 72pique — I. noun Date: 1592 a transient feeling of wounded vanity ; resentment < a fit of pique > Synonyms: see offense II. transitive verb (piqued; piquing) Etymology: French piquer, literally, to prick more at …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 73PIQUE — s. f. Brouillerie, aigreur entre deux ou plusieurs personnes. Il a fait cela par pique. Il y a de la pique dans cette affaire là. Il est familier …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

  • 74PIQUÉ — s. m. Espèce d étoffe de coton formée de deux tissus, l un fin, l autre plus gros, qui sont appliqués l un sur l autre et unis par des points rangés ordinairement en losange. Du piqué de Marseille. Un gilet de piqué …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

  • 75piqué — /pi kay , pee /; Fr. /pee kay /, n., pl. piqués / kayz /; Fr. / kay / for 2, adj. n. 1. a fabric of cotton, spun rayon, or silk, woven lengthwise with raised cords. 2. Ballet. a step in which the dancer steps onto the tip of the toe without&#8230; …

    Universalium

  • 76pique — n. a fit of pique * * * [piːk] a fit of pique …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 77pique —    (peek) [French: sting; prick] A feeling of annoyance, resentment, irritation, or hurt pride. To stimulate or arouse, as in “to pique one’s interest.”    Failure was attributed to an oversupply of childish pique and capriciousness on the part&#8230; …

    Dictionary of foreign words and phrases

  • 78pique —    Le membre viril.        Laquelle passa et repassa par les piques de neuf amoureux.    BRANTÔME.         Lors la lascive imprudemment applique    Son savoir grec pour redresser ma pique.    ( Cabinet satyrique. )         Mais voyez ce brave&#8230; …

    Dictionnaire Érotique moderne

  • 79piqué — pi•qué or pique [[t]pɪˈkeɪ, pi [/t]] n. 1) tex a fabric of cotton, spun rayon, or silk, woven with lengthwise cords or with an overall design, as bird s eye 2) clo Also, P.K.(of glove seams and gloves) stitched through lapping edges. • Etymology …

    From formal English to slang

  • 80piqué — {{#}}{{LM P30434}}{{〓}} {{[}}piqué{{]}} ‹pi·qué› {{◆}}(pl. piqués){{◇}} {{《}}▍ s.m.{{》}} Tela de algodón con dibujos en relieve. {{★}}{{\}}ETIMOLOGÍA:{{/}} Del francés piqué (picado) …

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