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bull 1

American English: /bʊl/
British English: /bʊl/

noun

  • 1 1.1 (male bovine) to be like a bull in a china shop
    ser como chivo or elefante en cristalería [colloquial]
    to take the bull by the horns
    agarrar or (esp (Spain) ) coger al toro por los cuernos or las astas
    (before noun) bull neck
    cuello (masculine) corto y ancho
    rag1 1
    1.2 (male of other species)
    (before noun) (elephant/seal/moose)
    macho invariable adjective
    Example sentences
    • Flanked by dunes and beaches, Ano Nuevo Point is the winter home for thousands of northern elephant seals, with bulls staging dramatic fights for breeding rights.
    • But only 800 of India's 20,000 elephants are bulls now.
    • As the saying goes, when elephant bulls fight, it is the grass that suffers.
  • 3 [colloquial] bullseye
    Example sentences
    • He went there, had a little bit of a photo-op, made a little bit of a quip that he thought that he had seen a lot of bull in Washington, but he certainly was seeing a lot more there.
    • Do you think astrology is totally cool or complete bull?
    • But now we know that was all bull, and so I now believe I was wrong.

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bull 2
American English: /bʊl/
British English: /bʊl/

noun

  • (papal edict)
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    • Taking no chances, the pope issued a papal bull automatically excommunicating any printer who might make an alteration in the text.
    • In mid-1349, Pope Clement VI issued a papal bull denouncing the flagellants as a heretical movement.
    • Witches were also put on trial, following a papal bull against witchcraft issued in 1484.

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bull 3
American English: /bʊl/
British English: /bʊl/

noun

  • uncountable [slang] (boasting, lying)
    estupideces (feminine plural)
    chorradas (feminine plural) (Spain) [colloquial]
    macanas (feminine plural) (River Plate area) [colloquial]
    jaladas (feminine plural) (Mexico) [slang]
    shoot 2 1 1

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