- 1.1 [dog] cepillar; [horse] cepillar, almohazar*More example sentences1.2 (make neat, attractive) (usu pass) arreglar; (excessively) acicalar a well groomed person una persona bien arreglada
More example sentences1.3 (prepare) preparar to groom sb for stardom preparar a algn para el estrellato
- Angie began to groom the horse's coat the best she could through the blurry vision that took over her eyesight.
- Brush or groom your dog at least once a week and use this time to check his body for unusual bumps, lumps or sores.
- They were grooming a palomino, quiffing up his mane and tying it with a red ribbon.
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- Their hair was always the optimum length and beautifully groomed.
- With his neat Savile Row pinstripe suit and beautifully groomed hair, he looks more like an English aristocrat than one of the biggest players in the petrochemicals business.
- In the restaurant this morning, their neat, groomed creator chooses a well-organised breakfast of fruit followed by poached eggs.
- They will need to be against an Abbeyside team being groomed for glory on the back of outstanding Under-21 and minor success.
- After being spotted at a karate competition in 1964, he was groomed for a spin-off from the series.
- Should the writer ease onto the page, as if he were groomed for it?
Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province.
- 1 [Equ] mozo (m) de cuadra (m)More example sentences
- The Stakes will include $830 for the groom of the winning horse.
- Dante and I went back to the stables and the grooms put up our horses.
- Incidentally, owners tended to employ horsemen or grooms who were on the short side as that made their charges look so much bigger and farmers always liked to see a big stallion.
- 2(bridegroom)novio (m) the bride and groom los novios