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trot

British English: /trɒt/
American English: /trɑt/

noun

  • 1 (of horse) at a o the trot to break into a trot
    (person)
    mettersi a trottare
    her children followed at a trot
    i suoi bambini trotterellavano dietro di lei
    to have a trot round the shops [informal]
    fare un giro dei negozi
  • 2 [informal] (run of luck)to have o be on a good, bad trot
    essere in o attraversare un periodo di fortuna, sfortuna
  • 3 (American English) (School, University) [informal]
    (to cheat) bigliettino (masculine) , fogliettino (masculine)
    (to translate) bigino (masculine)

plural noun

the trots [informal]
  • la diarrea

transitive verb forma in -ing ecc. -tt-

  • fare trottare, mettere al trotto (horse)

intransitive verb forma in -ing ecc. -tt-

  • 1 (horse, animal, rider) to trot away, past
    andarsene al trotto, passare al trotto
  • 2 (person) (run, move briskly)
    (child)
    trotterellare
    (woman in heels)
    tacchettare
    to trot down the road
    percorrere la strada trottando
    to trot along, away
    correre via, andarsene in fretta
    trot next door and borrow some tea! [informal]
    corri dai vicini a chiedere in prestito del tè!

Idioms

to be on the trot

[informal]
essere sempre indaffarato, non fermarsi un attimo

to keep somebody on the trot

[informal]
fare trottare o sgobbare qualcuno

on the trot

[informal]
(one after the other) uno dopo l'altro
(continuously) continuamente

Phrasal verbs

trot out

[informal] trot out [something]
tirare fuori (excuse, explanation, argument)

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Trot
British English: /trɒt/
American English: /trɑt/

noun

[informal] [pejorative]
accorc. Trotskyist

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