Translation of "trot" - English-Spanish dictionary

trot

verb uk /trɒt/ (present participle trotting, past tense and past participle trotted)

If a horse trots, it runs at its slowest speed, using short steps

trotar
We were trotting along the lane.

to walk with quick, short steps

correr
The little boy trotted along behind his father.
noun uk /trɒt/

a horse’s slowest running speed

trote

(Translation of “trot” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

trot

verb /trot/ (past tense, past participle trotted)

(of a horse) to move with fairly fast, bouncy steps, faster than a walk but slower than a canter or gallop

trotar
The horse trotted down the road
The child trotted along beside his mother.
trotter noun

a pig’s foot.

pie de cerdo

(Translation of “trot” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)