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pigs  
      interj     (Austral)  
slang   an expression of derision or disagreement,   (Also)    pigs arse, pigs bum  


Bay of Pigs  
      n   a bay on the SW coast of Cuba: scene of an unsuccessful invasion of Cuba by U.S.-backed troops (April 17, 1961),   (Spanish name)    Bahia de los Cochinos  
Pigs  
      n      Bay of. See       Bay of Pigs  
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Pigs  


      n      Bay of. See       Bay of Pigs  


Bay of Pigs  
      n   a bay on the SW coast of Cuba: scene of an unsuccessful invasion of Cuba by U.S.-backed troops (April 17, 1961),   (Spanish name)    Bahia de los Cochinos  
pigs  
      interj     (Austral)  
slang   an expression of derision or disagreement,   (Also)    pigs arse, pigs bum  

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pig  

1    boar, grunter, hog, piggy, piglet, porker, shoat, sow, swine  
2      (informal)   animal, beast, boor, brute, glutton, greedy guts     (slang)   guzzler, hog     (informal)   slob     (slang)   sloven, swine  


pig-headed     
bull-headed, contrary, cross-grained, dense, froward     (archaic)   inflexible, mulish, obstinate, perverse, self-willed, stiff-necked, stubborn, stupid, unyielding, wilful, wrong-headed  
  
Antonyms     
   agreeable, amiable, complaisant, cooperative, flexible, obliging, open-minded, tractable  

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pig-headed     
bull-headed, contrary, cross-grained, dense, froward     (archaic)   inflexible, mulish, obstinate, perverse, self-willed, stiff-necked, stubborn, stupid, unyielding, wilful, wrong-headed  
  
Antonyms     
   agreeable, amiable, complaisant, cooperative, flexible, obliging, open-minded, tractable  

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! pigs id.
slang: Police Officers

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n.
an acronym sometimes used by economic analysts referring to Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain
Called PIIGS when it includes Ireland
exp.
a modern version of the popular saying "killing two birds with one stone" derived from the popular video game "angry birds."

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