There are 2 translations of gallop in Spanish:

gallop1

Pronunciation: /ˈgæləp/

n

  • galope (masculine) to break into a gallop echarse a galopar at a gallop al galope at full gallop a galope tendido, a todo galope the long gallop exhausted the horse la larga galopada agotó al caballo we went for a gallop salimos a galopar we ate our meal at a gallop [colloquial/familiar] comimos al galope or a todo galope
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    • He booted Sal in the ribs and the horse leaped into a full gallop.
    • At the foot of a slope our horses were urged into a full gallop, jumping over rocks until we got to the cattle.
    • The instant the reins were passed, the horse bolted to a full gallop flying down the dirt road.

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There are 2 translations of gallop in Spanish:

gallop2

vi

  • 1.1 [Equestrianism/Equitación] [horse/rider] galopar we galloped across the field cruzamos el campo al galope
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    • The horses galloped at an astonishing pace, racing for the edge of the forest, through the Hollow Mists of Leba, desperate to escape.
    • The horse gallops at a consistent pace and John increases the speed as he sees Isabelle hovering by the stable door.
    • He had a great liking for horses and he could often be observed on a summer's evening, watching his beautiful mares and foals gallop along the Banks.
    1.2 (rush) we galloped through the prayers rezamos las oraciones a toda velocidad public spending is galloping out of control el gasto público se está disparando or desbocando

vt

  • [horse] hacer* galopar a
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    • Saumell, who is in his 70s, rode his last winner in 1978 and still galloped horses until three years ago.
    • One of my friends, Henry, who gallops horses at Laurel took me to the backside.
    • He also spent five years galloping horses for Racing Hall of Fame trainers.

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