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cowboy

noun [C] (FARM WORKER)
农场工人
 
 
/ˈkaʊ.bɔɪ/ ( also cowhand)
a person, especially in the western US, whose job is to take care of cattle, and who usually rides a horse, or a similar character in a film
(尤指美国西部的)牛仔,牧人
The ranch employed ten or twelve cowboys.
牧场雇了十一二个牛仔。
He was wearing cowboy boots and a cowboy hat.
他脚蹬牛仔靴,头戴牛仔帽。
I don't much like cowboy films/movies.
我不大喜欢看牛仔片。
People who work with animals
(Definition of cowboy noun (FARM WORKER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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