- (groove) to be in a rutI changed jobs because I felt I was in a rutcambié de trabajo porque me di cuenta de que me estaba anquilosandoit's very easy to get into a rutes muy fácil estancarse en la rutina or volverse rutinarioyou need to get out of your ruttienes que salir de esa rutina sofocanteExample sentences
- This resulted in deep ruts and heavy vehicle tyre tracks leaving it looking like a ploughed field.
- Trees have been removed and deep wheel ruts can be seen among the overgrown weeds.
- It was winter and the delta was full when they found themselves on the notorious Swamp Road, a 25 km sticky, muddy and unpredictable mess of tracks and axle deep ruts.
transitive verb present participle rutting past tense, past participle rutted
- uncountable (Zoology)Example sentences
- Kidney mass thus increases in males from the stressful rut period in early winter to the summer months.
- Her father had often warned her to stay clear of male animals in rut, for they were dangerous.
- Guarding males are thought to forage less during the rut than do nonguarding males, possibly leading to greater fitness costs.
intransitive verb present participle rutting past tense, past participle rutted
- estar en celoExample sentences
- Figure 3 shows mass change for bighorn rams 1 year and older in relation to the proportion of time spent in rutting activities during the rut from 2000-2002.
- The sparring between bulls during rutting season can be extremely violent.
- With only a couple of exceptions, rutting activity is finished or nearly so.
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