Translation of bull terrier in Spanish:

bull terrier

bulterrier, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbʊl ˈˌtɛriər/

See Spanish definition of bulterrier


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    bulterrier masculine
    • The omnipopular Spuds MacKenzie was a bull terrier, a breed developed in England during the middle of the 19th century about the time the first recorded dog shows were held there.
    • Only three breeds fell below 0.500 H B; bull terrier, miniature bull terrier, and boxer.
    • A terrified pensioner watched in horror as an out-of-control bull terrier ripped her pet dog to pieces.
    • Later I decided I had to own a bull terrier to prove that it's not that breed but the owner.
    • So here are our choices: a playful Irish setter backed up by a schnauzer, a disciplined but socially challenged German shepherd or a determined bull terrier with a mind of his own.
    • You only seem to hear about dog maulings when there is a bull terrier involved it; of course never makes headline news if another, more placidly perceived, dog is the culprit.
    • He said, patting his dogs head, happy that his bull terrier was there.
    • The bull terrier soon charged at him, grabbing him by the throat and knocking him to the ground so that Mr O'Brien received ‘quite serious injuries’.
    • For Casey, the much-put-upon bull terrier, this is a paradise.
    • But all I learnt was how not to bring up a bull terrier.
    • Beside him, lying in a big chair, was Willie, his bull terrier.
    • Charm and bluster rolled off him like a bull terrier: friendly, protective one moment; unpredictable, threatening the next.
    • She was fined £500 after her pet bull terrier Dotty bit two children.
    • Baxter is a bull terrier who longs to be liberated from the shackles of his pound dwelling and experience life among les humains.
    • Never mind the dream about the bean-bag chair and the virgin, the one about the tree and the bull terrier off the chain.
    • A second bull terrier, Florence, it seemed, had been responsible.
    • A schoolboy who was savagely attacked by a bull terrier in the street heroically fought it off after getting the animal in a headlock.
    • A boy of five was pulled to the ground and savaged by a bull terrier in a horrific attack witnessed by his father and identical twin brother.
    • A Wandsworth window cleaner was savaged to death by his adored bull terrier after he had an epileptic fit, an inquest heard this week.
    • I had no idea that so many police stations only worked office hours, and to get a response you need the patience of a hero and the tenacity of a bull terrier.