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English definition of “trot”

trot

verb     /trɒt/ (present participle trotting, past tense and past participle trotted)
[I] If a horse trots, it runs slowly with short steps.Animal (non-human) behaviour
trot down/up/along, etc to walk with quick, short steps: The little boy trotted along behind his father.Moving quickly
(Definition of trot verb from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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