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Ver definición en Español de casco
nombreplural hoofs, plural hooves
1Zoología(of horse) casco masculino(of horse) vaso masculino Río de la Plata(of horse) pezuña femenino México(of cow) pezuña femenino
- With their teeth, hooves, horns and dung, wildebeest have literally cultivated the grasslands.
- I closed my eyes, the horses hooves and the rocking of the carriage almost lulling me to sleep.
- She heard the clopping of horse hooves but she didn't know where it was coming from.
- Cyril paused to lift up one of the horse's hooves and check it for pebbles and mud.
- The road was dusty, dry from the summer heat and churned by the passing of hooves and feet.
- Sometimes I can hear the horses whinnying, hooves clip-clopping up the street.
- The only sound I could hear was the clicking of our boots and the hooves of our horses.
- Some of the strongest kinds of glue in the world are made from the hooves of dead horses.
- She heard the horse hooves slow and she saw that they were coming to a stop at an inn.
- The sound of horse hooves pounding toward her made Annabelle look up in fright.
- The hooves of five stallions on a Cotswold stud farm were so badly overgrown that two of the animals had to be put down, a court heard on Monday.
- The unicorn was the color of alabaster, except for the pure gold of his hooves and horn.
- She was thinking about going back home when she heard hooves clatter on the bridge.
- Most of them show an animal with cloven hoofs and a beard like a goat, or sometimes a mane like a horse.
- The carriage slowed to a halt as Kaylen heard the clatter of hooves on cobblestone.
- The two horses leapt over him, their iron shod hooves just mere inches from his body.
- Clip-clop, clip-clop went his hooves as he clattered over the wooden planks.
- The angry stamping of hooves brought her back to the present situation.
- Worse still, due to bad roads the animals are often left with bleeding injuries and broken hooves.
- The more it rained and the more the horses churned up the ground with their hooves, the worse it got.
2coloquial, humorístico(person's foot)pata femenino coloquial, humorísticopezuña femenino coloquial, humorístico
1to hoof it — ir a pata coloquial
- If you are required to keep your cart on the path, you can end up walking farther than you would have if you hoofed it.
- Why go with a guide instead of hoofing it on your own?
- The bus wheezed up the road to the village of Naggar, where we disembarked, hoisted our packs, and started hoofing it.
- I hoofed it to my parents' room to tell them the story.
- After getting off the tram to the hotel, I notice a coffeeshop right by the tram stop, so I hoof it to the hotel, check in, shower, and put on some blissfully fresh clothes, and then head right back to it.
- Although this is a business trip, I'll have a few hours to hoof it around London, and I am interested to know which places I can visit that have special appeal to Catholics.
- Most of our vehicles got shipped south, leaving me to hoof it.
- After two months of pilot training, he flies to India, where he's forced to sell his plane and hoof it.
- A spanking new airport and swish metro system help, but the runners will probably find it easier to hoof it to the starting blocks.
- Instead of hoofing it to a video store, go to the local library, where you can rent movies for almost half the price (some libraries even offer free rentals).
- Parking a few blocks from her old apartment, Delilah exited the car in favor of hoofing it the rest of the way.
- Two subway stops and a Metro ride later, we were in Jersey, hoofing it back to where the old man was.
- With a spring, he jumped out of the alleyway and hoofed it back to his apartment.
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