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English-German translation for: [horse]
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Dictionary English German: [horse]

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English German
prancing {adj} {pres-p} [esp. of a horse]
658
tänzelnd
ragged {adj} [shaggy, e.g. coat, beard, horse]
437
struppig [z. B. Fell, Bart, Pferd]
equest. skittish {adj} [of a horse]
250
scheu
runaway {adj} [person, horse, etc.]
91
durchgebrannt [ugs.] [davongelaufen]
equest. bay {adj} [horse]
89
rotbraun
equest. restive {adj} [horse]
85
ungehorsam [Pferd]
equest. skittish {adj} [of a horse]
70
ängstlich
equest. traffic Whoa! [call to a horse etc.]
58
Brr! [Zuruf an Pferd usw.]
runaway {adj} [person, horse, etc.]
47
ausgerissen [ugs.] [davongelaufen]
equest. bridled {adj} {past-p} [of a horse]
44
aufgezäumt
equest. bay {adj} [horse]
37
kastanienbraun
equest. traffic Gee! [Am.] [command to a horse etc. to turn to the right]
29
Hott! [Fuhrkommando: Rechtsherum!]
equest. restive {adj} [horse]
20
kopfscheu
pitched {adj} {past-p} [by a horse]
19
abgeworfen [vom Pferd]
agr. equest. unharnessed {adj} [horse, mule etc.]
15
abgehalftert
horsey {adj} [devoted to horses or horse racing]
14
pferdenärrisch
equest. Haw! [Am.] [command to a horse etc. to turn to the left]
11
Hüst! [auch: Jüst!, Hist! oder Wist!] [Fuhrkommando: Linksherum!]
peacocky {adj} [horse]
5
stolz
equest. blinkered {adj} [esp. Br.] [horse]mit Scheuklappen [nachgestellt] [Pferd]
brew brewery {adj} [attr.] [e.g. group, horse, museum, owner]Brauerei- [z. B. Konzern, Gaul, Museum, Besitzer]
equest. dappled {adj} [horse skin]geäpfelt [Pferdefell]
equest. eager {adj} [of a horse]gehfreudig [bei einem Pferd]
horsey {adj} [resembling a horse]pferdeähnlich
rearing {adj} {pres-p} [horse]sich aufbäumend [Pferd]
sb. harnessed [horse]jd. schirrte an [Pferd]
VetMed. swaybacked {adj} [horse, dog]mit Senkrücken [Pferd, Hund] [nachgestellt]
Verbs
to descend [from a horse etc.]
1086
absteigen [von Pferd etc.]
equest. to career [horse, rider]
443
galoppieren
to harness sth. [a horse, etc.]
442
etw.Akk. anschirren [ein Pferd etc.]
equest. to run [horse racing]
330
starten
to mount sth. [a hill, a horse, a bicycle, the throne, etc.]
140
etw.Akk. besteigen [einen Hügel, ein Pferd, ein Fahrrad, den Thron etc.]
equest. to founder [horse]
74
straucheln [Pferd]
equest. to mount [esp.: get on a horse]
56
aufsteigen
equest. to pitch [cause to pitch, e. g. horse]
45
abwerfen [Pferd]
to halt [archaic] [limp, esp. horse]
26
lahmen
equest. to brush sth. [horse]
15
etw. kardätschen
equest. to sunfish [Am.] [horse]
12
buckeln [Pferd]
to drive sth. [esp. a horse-drawn vehicle]
11
etw. kutschieren [Kutsche lenken]
to harness sth. [a horse, etc.]
8
etw.Akk. aufschirren [ein Pferd etc.]
equest. to rear [horse]
5
steigen [Pferd]
equest. [to ride a horse straight at an obstacle]ein Hindernis anreiten
equest. to amble [horse]im Passgang gehen
equest. to amble [horse]im Paßgang gehen [alt]
equest. to curvet [horse]eine Kruppade springen
equest. traffic to gee [Am.] [to turn to the right] [horse]nach rechts gehen [Pferd]
equest. to gymnasticate sth. [the muscles of the horse (and rider)]etw.Akk. gymnastizieren [die Muskeln des Pferdes (und Reiters) für höchste Anforderungen systematisch durchbilden]
equest. to gymnasticise sth. [Br.] [a horse (and rider)]etw.Akk. gymnastizieren [ein Pferd (und einen Reiter)]
equest. to gymnasticize sth. [a horse (and rider)]etw.Akk. gymnastizieren [ein Pferd (und einen Reiter)]
to haw [Am.] [to turn to the left] [horse]nach links gehen [Pferd]
equest. to pace [horse]im Passgang gehen
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