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cogida

  
      sf  
1      (Taur)   (=cornada)   goring  
sufrir una cogida      to be gored  
2      (Agr)   (=cosecha)   harvest,   (Pesca)   catch  
(=acto)  

[+de moras, fresas]  
picking, gathering  
[+de cereales]  
harvesting
3      (LAm)  
***   screw ***  , fuck ***  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

cogienda, cogido, coda, comida

sufrir una cogida exp.
to be gored

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"cogida": examples and translations in context
Nada mejor que una buena cogida... Nothing better than a good one taken...
Esta partida de nacimiento está cogida del registro del estado civil. This birth certificate is taken from the State civil register.
Valió la pena el riesgo de ser cogida para limpiar su conciencia. It was worth the risk of getting caught to clear her conscience.
Fuiste cogida en una mala situación y estás asustada. You were caught in a bad situation and you are scared.
Quizás cogida de este escritorio, lo que sugiere... Maybe picked up from this desk, which suggests...
Y el otro es una simple y fresca mora recién cogida. And the other is as simple as a freshly picked blackberry.
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