Definición de bolter en inglés:

bolter

Saltos de línea: bolt¦er
Pronunciación: /ˈbəʊltə
 
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sustantivo

  • 1A person or animal that bolts or runs away.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • If your horse is a bolter, use a long lead shank, and if necessary, a stud chain over the nose or under the chin.
    • My three year old is a bolter - he loves to bolt in public places.
    • After 1884, some bolters became Democrats and helped revive Democratic strength in New England in the early 1890s.
  • 1.1Australian /NZ An outsider in a sporting event or other competition.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The Government does not have a bolter's show of ever achieving the goal of 10 percent.
    • When she introduced the previous amending bill, we said she did not have a bolter's hope of registering the 70,000 chemicals and substances that were required to be registered by the deadline.
    • I say to the House that I bet that the Commerce Committee does not have a bolter's hope of getting this bill back in a month's time.
  • 1.2Australian historical An escaped convict or absconder.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • In Tasmania between 1810 and 1825 there were as many as 100 ‘bolters’ out in the bush at any one time.
    • The most famous of the convict bolters was Jack Donahue, an Irishman who arrived in Sydney in 1825, aged eighteen.

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