Definición de inspan en inglés:

inspan

Saltos de línea: in¦span
Pronunciación: /ɪnˈspan
 
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verbo (inspans, inspanning, inspanned)

[with object] South African
  • 1Yoke (draught animals, typically oxen) in a team to a vehicle: Duma inspanned sixteen of his best cattle
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    • The waentjies had functioning disselbooms, jukke and skeie complete with carefully cut riempies spantoue for inspanning the oxen.
  • 1.1Harness an animal or animals to (a vehicle): the farmer inspanned his wagon and returned to Maritzburg
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    • The Boers charged the hill four times, and were inspanning wagons preparatory to a retreat, when our men were forced to fall back owing to their reserve.
    • He ordered the wagons to be inspanned, but left where they were, and refused requests to allow them to be laagered.

Origen

early 19th century: from Dutch inspannen 'to stretch', from in- 'in' + spannen 'to span'.

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