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herd

noun /həːd/
a group of animals of one kind that stay, or are kept, together troupeau a herd of cattle a herd of elephant(s).
-herd
a person who looks after a herd of certain kinds of animals gardien/-ienne (de troupeau) a goat-herd.
herdsman /ˈhəːdz-/ noun
a person who looks after a herd of animals. pâtre
the herd instinct
the tendency to behave, think etc like everyone else. instinct grégaire In large crowds, such as at a football match, the herd instinct often kicks in.
Translations of “herd”
in Arabic قَطيع…
in Korean 무리…
in Malaysian sekawan…
in Turkish büyükbaş hayvan sürüsü, sürü…
in Italian mandria, branco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 獸群, 牧群, 芸芸眾生,人群…
in Russian стадо…
in Polish stado…
in Vietnamese đàn…
in Spanish rebaño, manada, piara…
in Portuguese manada, rebanho…
in Thai ฝูงสัตว์…
in German die Herde…
in Catalan ramat…
in Japanese (動物の)群れ…
in Indonesian kawanan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 兽群, 牧群, 芸芸众生,人群…
(Definition of herd from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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