Word: milked

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Related words: milked

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Synonyms: milked

draw milk from, express milk from, draw off, siphon (off), pump off, tap, drain, extract, exploit, take advantage of, cash in on, suck dry, bleed, squeeze, fleece

Translations: milked

spanish
ordeñadas, ordeñada, ordeñado, ordeñados, ordeñar


german
melkte, gemolken

french
traites, traits, traite

italian
munto, munte, mungere, mungitura, munta

portuguese
ordenhadas, ordenhado, ordenhada, ordenhou, ordenhados

dutch
gemolken, melken, uitgemolken, gemolken worden

russian
доят, доить, доили, доил, доила

norwegian
melket, melkes

swedish
mjölkas, mjölkade, mjölkats, mjölkat

finnish
lypsettävä, lypsää, lypsetään, lypsetä, lypsettiin

danish
malket, malkes, malkede

czech
dojí, podojený, podojit, dojené, dojeno

polish
dojone, doi, wydojona, dojona

hungarian
fejték, fejik, fejni, fejtek, áll fejés alatt

turkish
Sağılan, sağımı, sağım, sağılabilir

greek
αρμέγονται, αρμεχθούν, αρμέγεται, αρμεχθεί, το άρμεγμα

ukrainian
доять

albanian
tërhiqet, tërhiqet me, mjelen

bulgarian
доят, издои, дои, доени, издоени

belarusian
дояць

estonian
lüpstakse, lüpstud, lüpsta, tühjaks lüpsta, lüpstavatelt

croatian
muzu, čuvale, musti, iskoristilo

icelandic
mjólkuðum

lithuanian
melžiamos, melžiama, melžiamas, melžiami

latvian
jāslauc, slauc, slauktas, slauktu, slaukti

macedonian
молзат, се молзат

romanian
mulse, muls, mulgere, mulse de, mulge

slovenian
molzejo, molze, pomolsti, namolzeno

slovak
doja, dojí, dôjsť, doje

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The meaning and "use of": milked

verb
  • draw milk from (a cow or other animal), either by hand or mechanically.
  • exploit or defraud (someone), typically by taking regular small amounts of money over a period of time.

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