Definición de bullock en inglés:

bullock

Saltos de línea: bul|lock
Pronunciación: /ˈbʊlək
 
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sustantivo

A male domestic bovine animal that has been castrated and is raised for beef.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • There was very little difference in the top prices being paid for beef bullocks and heifers at Kilkenny Mart where there were over 1,200 head on offer.
  • They brought with them 350 ewes, 45 wethers, ten bullocks, six heifers, one bull, four horses, and a number of goats and some poultry.
  • Beef bullocks were up 10 / head and store heifers were dearer by 10-15 / head.

verbo

[no object] Australian /NZ informal Volver al principio  
Work long and hard: people have dropped dead bullocking their guts out
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A man of untiring energy, he "bullocked" along.
  • if you take a selector who has bullocked all his life to raise crops on dusty, stony patches in the scrubs, and put him on land where there's plenty of water and manure, he's apt to get disheartened.

Origen

late Old English bulluc, diminutive of bula (see bull1). The verb ( late 19th century) is by association with a bullock's use as a draught animal.

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