There are 2 main translations of rut in Spanish:

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rut 1

American English: /rət/
British English: /rʌt/

noun

  • (groove) to be in a rutI changed jobs because I felt I was in a rut
    cambié de trabajo porque me di cuenta de que me estaba anquilosando
    it's very easy to get into a rut
    es muy fácil estancarse en la rutina or volverse rutinario
    you need to get out of your rut
    tienes que salir de esa rutina sofocante
    Example 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 -tt-

  • (furrow)
    dejar surcos en

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rut 2
American English: /rət/
British English: /rʌt/

noun

intransitive verb -tt-

  • estar en celo

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