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graze 1

American English: /ɡreɪz/
British English: /ɡreɪz/

intransitive verb

  • (Agriculture)
    (sheep/cattle)
    pastar
    pacer
    Example sentences
    • He also explained that in summer some herders migrate further up the mountain, moving into summer shacks, to let their cattle graze on better and different kinds of plants.
    • This was used in a Talley System which worked like this: Suppose I lent you 5 sheep to graze on your field and cut your grass, I would make a mark for each sheep on a stick.
    • About 46,000 cattle and sheep graze on Dartmoor, already declared a no-go area for walking, horse riding and other recreational uses.
    Example sentences
    • This does not prevent shepherds from trying to graze their sheep wherever something green can be found inside the town.
    • If you open up the commons for everyone to graze their sheep, one person is going to go get their whole flock.
    • Lloyd began with the idea of a common pasture on which villagers could graze their cattle.

transitive verb

(Agriculture)
  • 2
    (field/meadow)
    usar para pastoreo
    Example sentences
    • Delayed aftergrass will result in calves grazing worminfected pastures for longer.
    • The track then passes over a new bridge made with the reclaimed railway sleepers, and overlooks a field grazed by cows.
    • He's still there, but the island is no longer a monocultural grassland grazed by feral pigs.

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graze 2
American English: /ɡreɪz/
British English: /ɡreɪz/

transitive verb

  • 1 (cut, injure)
    (knee/elbow)
    rasguñarse
    rasparse
    the driver was only grazed
    el conductor solo sufrió rasguños
    Example sentences
    • Thomas had followed his father's gaze and looking down he could see the number of swellings and bruises grazing his body.
    • Or they race around the school yard, covered in a layer of gravel, waiting to fall and graze their knees.
    • I can remember my stomach churning when one of my children would take a risk while playing a game and then fall and graze their knee.
  • 2 (touch, brush) the bullet grazed his arm
    Example sentences
    • Evan pulled me closer, my forehead lightly grazing his chin.
    • She smiled softly and slipped her arms up around his neck, her lips lightly grazing his neck as she rested her head on his shoulder.
    • Ame was now walking down the staircase, her hands lightly grazing the railing.

intransitive verb

  • (brush harshly)the stone grazed against my skin
    la piedra me arañó la piel

noun

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