Honk

• (n.) The cry of a wild goose.
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honk

verb use the horn of a car
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honk

noun the cry of a goose (or any sound resembling this)
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Honk

[website] Honk was a social automotive website developer headquartered in San Francisco, California. The company was co-founded by Tom Taira and Stephanie LaCrosse in 2009 to develop web and mobile solutions that enabled consumers to choose a car. Honk operated Honk.com, a website that featured user-generated car reviews, new car pricing in...
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Honk

Honk noun [ Of imitative origin.] (Zoology) The cry of a wild goose. -- Honk'ing , noun
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honk

acceleration by standing on pedals, out of the saddle, pulling on handlebars, moving the bike side to side.
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Honk

Honk is slang for to vomit.
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HONK

Hyperosmolar nonketotic coma
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honk

Type: Term Pronunciation: hawngk Definitions: 1. In medical terms, a sound that can be likened to the call of a goose. 2. Sometimes specifically used to denote a sound of laryngeal origin made by vocal cords vibrating in a forced expiration because of a congenital vascular ring compressing the trachea.
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honk

[n] - the cry of a goose (or any sound resembling this) 2. [v] - make a loud noise 3. [v] - use the horn of a car 4. [v] - cry like a goose
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