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bullock
American English: /ˈbʊlək/
British English: /ˈbʊlək/

Translation of bullock in Spanish:

noun

  • (castrated bull)
    (young bull) (especially American English)
    Example sentences
    • 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.

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