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trot

noun

  • 3 [colloquial]on the trot
    (in succession)
    hintereinander
    every weekend for five weeks on the trot
    an fünf Wochenenden hintereinander
    be on the trot
    auf Trab sein [colloquial]
    keep somebody on the trot
    (continually busy)
    jemanden auf Trab halten [colloquial]
  • 4have the trots [slang]
    (diarrhoea)
    Dünnpfiff haben [colloquial]

intransitive verb -tt-

  • 2 [colloquial]
    (go)
    traben [colloquial]
    trot along now
    geh jetzt

transitive verb -tt-

  • traben lassen (Pferd)

Phrasal verbs

trot out

transitive verb [figurative] [colloquial] 1
(produce for approval)
vorführen
2
(produce unthinkingly)
kommen mit [colloquial]

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Trot
British English: /trɒt/
American English: /trɑt/

noun

  • [colloquial]
    (Trotskyist) (Trotzkist der, Trotzkistin die)

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