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trot 1

Saltos de línea: trot

verbo (trots, trotting, trotted)

1(With reference to a horse or other quadruped) proceed or cause to proceed at a pace faster than a walk, lifting each diagonal pair of legs alternately: [no object]: the horses trotted slowly through the night [with object]: he trotted his horse forward
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  • I thought about paying to ride one of the horses, and slowly trotting down the road, until I was out of the sight of the zoo's curator, and then galloping away.
  • By changing the relationship of these lines of influence, we can ask the horse to walk, trot, stop, back or turn and to do those things in a particular direction at a particular speed.
  • We moved off, and I walked, trotted, and cantered on a horse I had only dreamed about owning.
2 [no object, with adverbial of direction] (Of a person) run at a moderate pace with short steps: the child trotted across to her obediently
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  • The tall, thin volleyball player trotted quickly up the steps toward another endless hallway of oblivious dark.
  • Steven trotted up the steps to his home, clutching a bouquet of wild flowers in his hand.
  • Students trot on and off campus completely oblivious to the huge potential for campus life that lies just beneath their noses.
Sinónimos
2.1 informal Go or walk briskly: I may trot round to Portobello market for vegetables
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  • Lady hesitated for a moment, watching the two in front of her with an inquisitive look before trotting off briskly to catch up.
  • She trotted briskly into the ring and saluted the judge and then she started.
  • Her face became even more troubled, and she trotted off briskly towards their monument.

sustantivo

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1A trotting pace: our horses slowed to a trot
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  • As Charcoal neared the edge of the woods, Mark leaned forward in the saddle, making her change her pace from a trot to a full-fledged gallop.
  • Kat walked Jazz for several minutes before increasing his pace to a trot.
  • Grant looked back behind their Jeep and saw Arian keeping pace at a mere trot.
1.1An act or period of trotting: you might like an early morning trot round the crew deck
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  • The day starts with the early morning trots and gallops.
  • We've now been assured by the owner that the horse is safe and secure and won't be making any more midnight trots out alone.
  • Although Danielle tries not to play favorites, Twig definitely is her first choice for a nice early morning trot or a late summer's evening ride.
1.2 (the trots) Australian /NZ informal Trotting races: she was taking me to the trots
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  • They would rail about people who went to the trots or to the races and spent their pay packets on the horses.
  • And as soon as the last race finishes, Sky switches to the trots and dogs.
  • If ever there was an industry in desperate need of rationalisation, it's the racing industry, from horses, to dogs and the trots.
2 (the trots) informal Diarrhoea.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • 'While living in Papua New Guinea as a child, my father and I got a bad case of the trots.’
  • Rehydration salts - Ah, the trots, I know a lot of people who never leave home without them, so a couple of these sachets tucked away won't come in wrong.
  • Where I come from, ‘trots’ has always been slang for diarrhea, i.e. ‘I had a terrible case of the trots this morning after all those pints last night.’
3 [with adjective] Australian /NZ informal A period of luck of a specified kind: Simpson believes his bad trot is about to end
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  • Well it was a quote from Theodore Roosevelt, which I put into my wallet very early on in my career after a particularly bad trot.
  • The only thing that motivates this Minister is when he gets three bad trots on the TV show night after night.
  • I think it helped that I played first-class cricket, it helps you to know what the players are thinking and going through if they are having a bad trot.

Origen

Middle English: from Old French trot (noun), troter (verb), from medieval Latin trottare, of Germanic origin.

Frases

on the trot

1
informal
1British In succession: they lost seven matches on the trot
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  • We can't get too greedy, we've gone six games undefeated, seven on the trot with the cup matches.
  • The Villagers trailed 12-8 at half-time but turned it round superbly after the break in what was their fourth away match on the trot.
  • I think he also won four big Open matches on the trot once.
Sinónimos
in succession, one after the other, in a row, consecutively, successively, in sequence, one behind the other;
running, straight
2Continually busy: I’ve been on the trot all day
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  • We again went on the trot all day trying to see everything.
  • He saw the tension on my face but he had no idea that I had been on the trot all morning.

Verbos con partícula

trot something out

1
informal Provide an explanation or piece of information that has already been used many times before: everyone trots out the old excuse
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  • The old favourites are trotted out: better inter-agency working; more sharing of information; improved record-keeping; more sophisticated risk assessment.
  • And even now, just occasionally, someone from the Old School will still trot them out.
  • Twenty-one years on and the same old collection of ideas are trotted out from the business lobby.
Sinónimos
recite, repeat, reiterate, restate, regurgitate, churn out;
come out with, produce

Palabras que riman con trot

allot, begot, Bernadotte, blot, bot, capot, clot, cocotte, cot, culotte, dot, forgot, garrotte (US garrote), gavotte, got, grot, hot, jot, knot, lot, Mayotte, motte, not, Ott, outshot, plot, pot, rot, sans-culotte, Scot, Scott, shallot, shot, slot, snot, sot, spot, squat, stot, swat, swot, tot, undershot, Wat, Watt, what, wot, yacht

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Trot 2 Saltos de línea: Trot

sustantivo

informal , chiefly derogatory
A Trotskyist or supporter of extreme left-wing views: a band of subversive Trots he declared that the Corporation was a ‘nest of long-haired Trots’
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  • It admits that a third of its executive committee are Trots, and there does seem to be a hardline Bolshevik edge to the organisation's campaigning.
  • In Marxist terms, the Trots have preferred feudal theocracy to bourgeois democracy which - in non-Marxist terms - is disgraceful and stupid, as a few members of the far Left are starting to realise.
  • The days of Trots taking over constituency Labour parties did Labour no good.

Origen

1960s: abbreviation.

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