Translation of hound in Spanish:
- 1.1 (hunting dog) a pack of houndsto ride to o follow the houndsuna jauríacazar con jauríaExample sentences1.2 (any dog) [humorous]
- The Dachshund was bred as a badger hound or hunting dog and is known to have existed from the oldest breeds of German hunting dogs such as the Bibarhund.
- For thousands of years nomadic tribes of the Middle East have bred a hunting hound called the saluki.
- Topics under discussion ranged from hunting hounds on the track, through to the future of the East Coast Main Line and problems at Leeds Station.
- We had 10 years to get his measure, and we got it well enough: he is a publicity hound, an arch opportunist, a cold-eyed political calculator - a hard man, it has to be said, to like, if not to respect.
- I think our police chief is a media-savvy publicity hound, overly obsessed with his own public image and the image of his force.
- Underneath, his light-blue oxford was soaked, proving that the Northwest Passage could still make a sea hound sweat.
- This marks an interesting divide because women - especially California women - have certainly been willing and eager to vote for that other rapacious hound.
- Not surprisingly, this gruesome war against the darkest recesses of the human spirit has left him a battered old hound, riddled with scars and guilt.
- Is this old Hollywood hound learning new tricks?
- he is being hounded by the presshe was hounded from the cityestá siendo perseguido y acosado por la prensalo persiguieron hasta hacerlo abandonar la ciudadExample sentences
- No one will badger, harass, bother or hound you about your progress, or lack thereof.
- Since then, despite making regular payments, I have been hounded and harassed and feel the company has been arrogant throughout.
- Lindy was persecuted, hounded by the media and the hearing, for security purposes, was relocated to Darwin.
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