Translation of donkey in Spanish:


burro, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdɔŋki/ /ˈdɑŋki/ /ˈdɒŋki/

See Spanish definition of burro

nounplural donkeys

  • 1

    burro masculine
    asno masculine
    • Horses and donkeys produce mules, for example.
    • Hybrids such as the mule, a cross between a donkey and a horse, are sterile.
    • The strange script included drawings of camels, horses, donkeys and ibex.
    • Only 37,000 wild horses and donkeys remain on public lands, primarily in Nevada, Oregon, and Wyoming.
    • With the thin flush of grass on the high slopes fast shriveling up, it is time for local people to cull old, unwanted horses and donkeys.
    • The sanctuary looks after more than 100 horses, ponies and donkeys, plus sheep, pigs, and goats.
    • Since donkeys were first domesticated about six thousand years ago, they have been very important in human economies.
    • He said that horses and mules and donkeys were attracted to a nearby spring.
    • Highly intelligent - their fans would argue that they're smarter than horses - donkeys and mules are quick learners.
    • Because of them, hundreds of other horses, donkeys, and mules will be saved and will know love.
    • Always make sure horses, ponies and donkeys are stabled while fireworks are being let off.
    • Horses, ponies and donkeys are overcrowding animal sanctuaries after being abandoned by their owners.
    • It also gave shelter to abandoned horses, dogs, donkeys and birds.
    • Mules, typically the result of breeding a male donkey with a female horse, are usually sterile.
    • As well as farm livestock, there will be showing classes for horses, goats and donkeys.
    • Miniature donkeys are very popular as companion animals and for show.
    • A man was riding a donkey, carrying a couple of baskets towards the jetty.
    • A few moments later, he emerged, riding a fat old donkey.
    • They head out in the boat and Sancho starts crying after he hears his donkey braying plaintively.
    • "She was involved in the donkey sanctuary and loved horses and all animals.
  • 2

    (stupid person)
    burro masculine
    burra feminine
    • We've called him and his ilk everything from thickheaded bozos, to donkeys and pious do-gooders.
    • I had seven names in all: imbecile, donkey, flax-head, dope, glump, ninny, and fool.