- (no plural/sin plural) trote (masculine) to go at a trot ir* al trote, trotar to break into a trot empezar* a trotar on the trot (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar] four times/nights on the trot cuatro veces/noches seguidas I've been on the trot since five this morning desde las cinco de la mañana que estoy a las carreras [colloquial/familiar] they keep me on the trot no me dan ni un minuto de paz to have the trots [colloquial/familiar] tener* diarrea, estar* churriento (Colombia) or (Chile) churrete [colloquial/familiar], tener* cagalera (Spain/España) or (Mexico/México) chorrillo [colloquial/familiar]
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- 1.1 [Equestrianism/Equitación] [horse/rider] trotarMore example sentences1.2 (go) (+ adverb complement/+ adverbio predicativo) I'm just trotting across o over to the library voy un momento hasta la biblioteca it's about time I was trotting along o off es hora de que me vaya she trots down to the stores every Wednesday va de compras todos los miércoles
More example sentences
- I thought about paying to ride one of the horses, and slowly trotting down the road, until I was out of the sight of the zoo's curator, and then galloping away.
- By changing the relationship of these lines of influence, we can ask the horse to walk, trot, stop, back or turn and to do those things in a particular direction at a particular speed.
- We moved off, and I walked, trotted, and cantered on a horse I had only dreamed about owning.
- Lady hesitated for a moment, watching the two in front of her with an inquisitive look before trotting off briskly to catch up.
- She trotted briskly into the ring and saluted the judge and then she started.
- Her face became even more troubled, and she trotted off briskly towards their monument.
trot outverb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio, verbo + adverbio + complemento
- 1.1 [excuses/clichés] salir* con he trotted out the usual platitudes salió con las mismas perogrulladas de siempre 1.2 [facts] recitar de memoria or [colloquial/familiar] como un loro