Translation of mare in Spanish:

mare

Pronunciation: /mer; meə(r)/

n

  • (horse) yegua (f); (donkey) burra (f); (zebra) cebra (f)
    More example sentences
    • Most adults live in social groups, either of stallions, of mares with their dependent foals, or in mixed sex groups.
    • They live in permanent small family groups made up of a stallion and one to several mares and their foals.
    • Inbreeding may account for the fact that far fewer than half of all breeding mares foal each year.

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