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Translation of "bull" - English-Spanish dictionary

bull

noun   /bʊl/
B1 a male cow toro
take the bull by the horns
to do something difficult in a brave and determined way coger el toro por los cuernos Why don’t you take the bull by the horns and tell him to leave?
(Definition of bull from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bull

noun /bul/
the male of the ox family and of the whale, walrus, elephant etc. toro
a bull’s-eye. diana
bullock /-lək/ noun
a young bull. novillo
a castrated bull, an ox, often used to pull bullock carts. buey
bulldog noun
a breed of dog with a large head, a short neck, and a powerfully built body. Bulldog
bullfight noun
in Spain etc a fight between a bull and men on horseback and on foot. corrida de toros
bullfighter noun
torero
bullring noun
the enclosed area where a bullfight takes place. plaza de toros
bull’s-eye noun
the centre of a target, especially in archery, darts etc. diana
(Definition of bull from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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