Translation of cattle in Spanish:
plural noun/nombre plural
- ganado (masculine), reses (feminine plural) 200 (head of) cattle 200 cabezas de ganado, 200 reses they drove us like cattle onto the boat nos subieron al barco como a ganado (before noun/delante del nombre) cattle breeder ganadero, (masculine, feminine) cattle breeding ganadería (feminine) cattle crossing paso (masculine) de ganado cattle dealer tratante (masculine and feminine) de ganado, ≈ rematador, (masculine, feminine) de ganado (South America/América del Sur) cattle ranch finca (feminine) ganadera, hacienda (feminine) (ganadera) (especially Latin America/especialmente América Latina) , rancho (masculine) ganadero (Mexico/México) , estancia (feminine) (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) , fundo (masculine), ganadero (Chile) cattle rustler ladrón, (masculine, feminine) de ganado, cuatrero, (masculine, feminine), abigeo, (masculine, feminine) [formal] cattle shed establo (masculine)Example sentences
- Milk yield of milch cattle has been severely affected because of scarcity of fodder.
- Death is not usual but animals cease gaining weight and milk production in dairy cattle falls.
- They also kept sheep, goats and cattle to add milk, butter, cheese and meat to their diet.
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