Translation of lope in Spanish:


trotar, v.

Pronunciation /loʊp/ /ləʊp/

intransitive verb

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    (wolf/dog) trotar
    he loped along behind her la seguía corriendo a paso largo
    • As I was driving to work this morning, I passed a very large black dog loping along the pavement.
    • It was a big shaggy thing loping along the side of the road.
    • The nursery teacher is still trying to come to terms with having a big, dark coloured cat loping along the side of her car.
    • She loped across the stage in strides unnaturally long.
    • The man in the doorway stirs and the dog lopes off down an alley.
    • There's nothing in the world like loping along on the back of a horse.
    • We rode like sweaty hounds, loping along the trail and waving our happy grins into the evening sun.
    • He located the fox's spoor and loped along in pursuit.
    • He loped along like a crazy tiger and I think we all understood that that was how he was going to go out - at full stride in a sudden spasm of violence.
    • But she looked very much a confident athlete on Saturday as she loped along comfortably on the lead.
    • Aden, her family's mangy old dog, loped into the room and scampered around her feet.
    • Once inside, we become, however briefly, part of the wild - lithe, lighthearted and free, loping across the landscape.
    • The wolf is loping across the plateau, head down, moving quickly.
    • As recently as the 1940s, cheetahs were seen loping through the hills behind Jerusalem.
    • A long-limbed young man lopes past me, wearing sunglasses and carrying an umbrella for shade.
    • The woman unleashes her dog which, to her relief, lopes off in the opposite direction from the stick-wielding man.
    • There was a sudden rustling in the trees and a dog, tall and rangy and beautiful, loped out.