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clodhopping
American English: /ˈklɑdˌhɑpɪŋ/
British English: /ˈklɒdhɒpɪŋ/

Translation of clodhopping in Spanish:

adjective

  • [colloquial] (before noun)
    (boots)
    Example sentences
    • A clodhopping version of Chase, the Moroder's theme from Midnight Express, only diminishes the enterprise.
    • Not because they're a bunch of clodhopping yokels - well, not entirely - but because rabbits have the ability to destroy their precious island.
    • In the Indian tradition, their form of dance could be tripping the light fantastic above ours, not clodhopping beneath.

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