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Translation of "rut" - English-Spanish dictionary

rut

noun   /rʌt/
a long, deep track in soft ground, often made by a wheel surco
be in a rut
to be in a bad situation in which you do the same things all the time estar estancado He seems to be stuck in a rut now.
(Definition of rut from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

rut

noun /rat/
a deep track made by a wheel etc in soft ground surco, bache The road was full of ruts.
rutted adjective
having ruts surcado, lleno de surcos/baches a deeply-rutted path.
in a rut
having a fixed, monotonous way of life esclavo de la rutina I felt that I was in a rut, so I changed my job.
(Definition of rut from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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