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herd

noun [C, + sing/pl verb] uk   /hɜːd/  us   /hɝːd/
a large group of animals of the same type that live and feed together: a herd of cattle/elephants/goats mainly disapproving a large group of people that is considered together as a group and not separately: Poor Janine - she just follows the herd (= does what all the other people are doing).

herd

verb uk   /hɜːd/  us   /hɝːd/
[I or T, + adv/prep] to make animals move together as a group: An old woman was herding the goats. [T + adv/prep] mainly disapproving to make people move somewhere as a group, often with force or against their wishes: The football fans complained that they had been herded into a small alley.
Traducciones de “herd”
en árabe قَطيع…
en coreano 무리…
in Malaysian sekawan…
en francés troupeau…
en turco büyükbaş hayvan sürüsü, sürü…
en italiano mandria, branco…
en chino (tradicionál) 獸群, 牧群, 芸芸眾生,人群…
en ruso стадо…
en polaco stado…
in Vietnamese đàn…
en español rebaño, manada, piara…
en portugués manada, rebanho…
in Thai ฝูงสัตว์…
en alemán die Herde…
en catalán ramat…
en japonés (動物の)群れ…
in Indonesian kawanan…
en chino (simplificado) 兽群, 牧群, 芸芸众生,人群…
(Definition of herd from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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