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sheepdog
American English: /ˈʃipˌdɔɡ/
British English: /ˈʃiːpdɒɡ/

Translation of sheepdog in Spanish:

noun

  • perro (masculine) pastor or ovejero
    Example sentences
    • On their last morning, the birds are herded by sheepdogs into a darkened ‘starving pen’ - and from there, they are attracted by the light into boxes with a hatch into the slaughter room.
    • In this way it functions like a sheepdog herding its flock, always watching over and controlling the whole.
    • This pattern of stimulus and response is parallel to the way that a shepherd might train his sheepdog.

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