- 1.1 (for animals) corral (masculine)More example sentences1.2 (of wagons) [History/Historia] círculo (masculine)
- The Punchestown Boys rode into town saying they were going to build a corral for cattle and horses that would be good for the town.
- The adult tick does not feed and may live in and around corrals, barns and cattle loafing areas for a year or more waiting to mate.
- Solar-powered gates can be used at the end of residential driveways, on rural access roads, for livestock corrals, and in many other areas.
vt ( (British English/inglés británico) -ll-)
- 1.1 [cattle] encorralar; [person] acorralar she was corraled by reporters la acorralaron los periodistasMore example sentences
More example sentences1.2 [wagons] formar un círculo con
- I once read an article about a guy who corralled a herd of particularly wily mustangs by just quietly pushing them from 3 miles back.
- Farmers were busy corralling animals that had climbed over snow banks and strayed from their land.
- We went into the woods and beat the trees with sticks until all manner of livestock stampeded out and were corralled into our barn.
More example sentences1.3 (American English/inglés norteamericano) [votes] acaparar, monopolizar*; [sympathy] ganarse
- There was one debate over where they would all sleep and whether they would all be moved into particular areas so that they would be corralled together.
- Cars, which run on a vegetable oil fuel called biodiesel, are corralled together instead of parked outside each residence.
- I managed to get out just before the riot squad made a shield tunnel and corralled the crowd.
- As the wagons were corralled into an even tighter circle at the Crescent, the Trust arrived like the cavalry in the nick of time.
- Next day, Sully led his army back toward the corralled wagon train on Heart River, reaching the anxious civilians on the evening of July 31.