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Translation of "gallop" - English-Spanish dictionary

gallop

noun /ˈɡӕləp/
(a period of riding at) the fastest pace of a horse galope He took the horse out for a gallop The horse went off at a gallop.
galloping adjective
increasing very quickly galopante galloping inflation.
Translations of “gallop”
in Arabic عَدو…
in Korean 말이 달릴 수 있는 가장 빠른 속도, 갤럽…
in Malaysian derap…
in French galop…
in Italian galoppo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 跑, (馬)奔馳…
in Vietnamese nước đại…
in Portuguese galope…
in Thai การควบม้า…
in German der Galopp…
in Catalan galop…
in Japanese ギャロップ, 襲歩(しゅうほ:馬の最速の走り方)…
in Indonesian congklang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 跑, (马)奔驰…
(Definition of gallop from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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