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trot US English

(With reference to a horse or other quadruped) proceed or cause to proceed at a pace faster than a walk, lifting each diagonal pair of legs alternately

Trot US English

A Trotskyist or supporter of extreme left-wing views

jog trot US English

A slow trot

rising trot US English

A style of riding in which a rider rises from the saddle on every second stride of a horse’s trotting pace

turkey trot US English

A kind of ballroom dance to ragtime music that was popular in the early 20th century

sitting trot US English

A style of riding in which a rider remains seated while a horse is trotting, rather than rising from the saddle on alternate strides

hot to trot US English

Ready and eager to engage in an activity

on the trot in trot US English

Continually busy

trot something out in trot US English

Produce the same information, story, or explanation that has been produced many times before

on the trot US English

Continually busy

trot something out US English

Produce the same information, story, or explanation that has been produced many times before

foxtrot US English

A ballroom dance in 4/4 time, with alternation of two slow and two quick steps

dogtrot US English

A gentle easy trot

trot US Thesaurus

the Scottie dog trotted across the patio

trot English-Spanish

trote m

Trot English-Spanish

trotskista mf

jog trot English-Spanish

he set off at a jog trot

jog-trot English-Spanish

ir* trotando, trotar CS

fox-trot Spanish-English

foxtrot

trot out English-Spanish

salir* con

to go at a trot in trot English-Spanish

ir* al trote, trotar

they keep me on the trot in trot English-Spanish

no me dan ni un minuto de paz

four times/nights on the trot in trot English-Spanish

cuatro veces/noches seguidas

I've been on the trot since five this morning in trot English-Spanish

desde las cinco de la mañana que estoy a las carreras