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Chicken in Spanish ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ

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chicken gallina
How to say “chicken” in Spanish? “Gallina”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “gallina” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on chicken in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Female form of gallo

7 months ago

gallina info.

Tips to remember the word “gallina”:
1. Imagine a chicken walking around with a “G” (for gallina) painted on its feathers.
2. Repeat the word “gallina” several times to help reinforce your memory.
3. Create a mental image of a gallina while associating it with the Spanish word.

In Spanish, “gallina” translates to “chicken” in English. It refers to the domesticated bird of the species Gallus gallus domesticus, known for its meat and eggs. Chickens are widely kept for farming purposes and are a common ingredient in various cuisines around the world.

Other words that mean the same thing:
1. Pollo: This is another word in Spanish that can be used interchangeably with “gallina” to refer to a chicken. However, “pollo” can specifically indicate a young chicken or poultry meat as well.

Alternate meanings and slang:
“Gallina” can also have alternative meanings or slang usage in certain contexts:
1. In some Latin American countries like Mexico, “gallina” can be a slang term for a coward or someone who lacks courage.
2. “Ponerse como gallina en corral ajeno” is an idiomatic expression in Mexico, used to describe someone who acts possessive or territorial over something that doesn’t belong to them. It translates to “to act like a chicken in someone else’s coop.”

Examples of sentences:
1. Estoy cocinando una deliciosa gallina para la cena. (I am cooking a delicious chicken for dinner.)
2. Las gallinas ponen huevos todos los dรญas. (The chickens lay eggs every day.)
3. A mi abuela le encanta hacer sopa de gallina. (My grandmother loves to make chicken soup.)
4. No seas gallina, atrรฉvete a probarlo. (Don’t be a chicken, dare to try it.)
5. Se puso como gallina en corral ajeno cuando le tocaron sus cosas. (He acted possessive when someone touched his belongings, like a chicken in someone else’s coop.)

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