There are 2 main translations of hind in Spanish:

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hind 1

American English: /haɪnd/
British English: /hʌɪnd/

adjective

  • (before noun, no comparative) hind legs
    patas (feminine plural) traseras
    Example sentences
    • This was associated with infection by a flatworm or fluke infection called Ribeiroia, which formed cysts near the hind legs.
    • The same held true when they injected the drug into multiple ganglia that connect to the tail and hind legs.
    • Herodotus rejoins that camels have four thighbones in their hind legs, and that their genitals face backwards.

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hind 2

noun

  • cierva (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Our second visit was a success and as we got closer to the farm we saw a group of hinds and deer gracing peacefully in the fields near the farm.
    • Highland landowners have predicted ‘genocide’ if close seasons, which vary for stags and hinds, are ended.
    • It said the harbourer could recognise stags but not hinds.

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