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circus horse / circus horses Englisch Deutsch Übersetzung

Zirkuspferd {n}
Zirkuspferde {pl}
circus horse
circus horses
Zirkuspferd {n}
Zirkuspferde {pl}
circus horse
circus horses
Zirkusdirektor {m}; Zirkusdirektorin {f}
Zirkusdirektoren {pl}; Zirkusdirektorinnen {pl}
ringmaster; circus director
ringmasters; circus directors
Zirkusdirektor {m}, Zirkusdirektorin {f}
Zirkusdirektoren {pl}, Zirkusdirektorinnen {pl}
ringmaster, circus director
ringmasters, circus directors
Zirkusarena {f}; Zirkusmanege {f}
Zirkusarenen {pl}; Zirkusmanegen {pl}
circus ring
circus rings
Zirkuskarte {f}
Zirkuskarten {pl}
circus ticket
circus tickets
Zirkuskuppel {f}
Zirkuskuppeln {pl}
circus dome
circus domes
Zirkusnummer {f}
Zirkusnummern {pl}
circus act
circus acts
Zirkuszelt {n}
Zirkuszelte {pl}
circus tent
circus tents
Zirkuswagen {m}
Zirkuswagen {pl}
circus caravan
circus caravans
Zirkustier {n}
Zirkustiere {pl}
circus animal
circus animals
Zirkusreiter {m}; Zirkusreiterin {f}
Zirkusreiter {pl}; Zirkusreiterinnen {pl}
circus rider
circus riders
Zirkusreiter {m}, Zirkusreiterin {f}
Zirkusreiter {pl}, Zirkusreiterinnen {pl}
circus rider
circus riders
Zirkusdarbietung {f}, Zirkusvorstellung {f}
Zirkusdarbietungen {pl}, Zirkusvorstellungen {pl}
circus performance
circus performances
Zirkusdarbietung {f}; Zirkusvorstellung {f}
Zirkusdarbietungen {pl}; Zirkusvorstellungen {pl}
circus performance
circus performances
Zirkusarena {f}, Zirkusmanege {f}
Zirkusarenen {pl}, Zirkusmanegen {pl}
circus ring
circus rings
Medienspektakel {n}
etw. zu einem Medienspektakel machen
ein Medienspektakel veranstalten (rund um etw.)
media circus
to turn sth. into a media circus
to orchestrate a media circus (around sth.)
Zirkuskasse {f}
Zirkuskassen {pl}
circus box office
circus box offices
Pferd {n} [zool.] [agr.]
Pferde {pl}
kleines Pferd
ein Pferd zureiten
ein Pferd vor einen Wagen spannen
aufs falsche Pferd setzen [übtr.]
das Pferd beim Schwanz aufzäumen [übtr.]
horse
horses
cob
to break in a horse
to harness a horse to a carriage
to back the wrong horse [fig.]
to put the cart before the horse [fig.]
Hochseilartist {m}, Hochseilartistin {f}
Hochseilartisten {pl}, Hochseilartistinnen {pl}
high-wire circus artist
high-wire circus artists
Hochseilartist {m}; Hochseilartistin {f}
Hochseilartisten {pl}; Hochseilartistinnen {pl}
high-wire circus artist
high-wire circus artists
Pferd {n}
Pferde {pl}
kleines Pferd
ein Pferd vor einen Wagen spannen
aufs falsche Pferd setzen [übtr.]
das Pferd beim Schwanz aufzäumen [übtr.]
horse
horses
cob
to harness a horse to a carriage
to back the wrong horse [fig.]
to put the cart before the horse [fig.]
Sprungpferd {n}; Pferd {n} (Turngerät) [sport] [hist.]
Sprungpferde {pl}; Pferde {pl}
vaulting horse; horse (gym apparatus)
vaulting horses; horses
Zirkus
circus
Zirkuspublikum {n}; Zirkuszuschauer {pl}
circus audience
Skizirkus {m}
ski circus
Es geht zu wie in einem Taubenschlag. [übtr.]
It's like Piccadilly Circus.
Wanderzirkus {m}
travelling circus
Zirkus {m}
Zirkusse {pl}
circus
circuses
Flohzirkus {m}
flea circus
Zirkuspublikum {n}, Zirkuszuschauer {pl}
circus audience
Zirkusreiter
circus rider
Clown {m} (Unterhaltungskünstler im Zirkus etc.) [art]
clown (entertainer at a circus etc.)
Kunstreiter {m}; Kunstreiterin {f}
Kunstreiter {pl}; Kunstreiterinnen {pl}
circus rider; bareback rider
circus riders; bareback riders
Steppenweihe {f} [ornith.]
Pallid Harrier (Circus macrourus)
Wiesenweihe {f} [ornith.]
Montagu's Harrier (Circus pygargus)
Kornweihe {f} [ornith.]
Hen Harrier (Circus cyaneus)
Rohrweihe {f} [ornith.]
Western Marsh-Harrier (Circus aeruginosus)
Hier geht's zu wie auf dem Hauptbahnhof.; Das ist ja hier das reinste Durchhaus. [Ös.]
It's like Picadilly Circus [Br.] Grand Central Station [Am.] (in) here.
Kar {n} [geol.]
cirque; corrie; kar; glacier circus; kettle
Versuchsobjekt {n}; Testobjekt {n}; Versuchskaninchen {n}; Versuchsballon {m} [übtr.]
Versuchsobjekte {pl}; Testobjekte {pl}; Versuchskaninchen {pl}; Versuchsballons {pl}
jdn. etw. zum Versuchsobjekt für etw. machen
Ich bin nicht bereit mich als Versuchskaninchen missbrauchen zu lassen.
stalking-horse [fig.]
stalking-horses
to make sb. sth. a stalking horse for sth.
I'm not prepared to be used as a stalking horse.
Schimmel {m} (weißes Pferd)
Schimmel {pl}
white horse; grey horse
white horses; grey horses
Göpel {m}; Pferdegöpel {m}; Rosswerk {n} [hist.]
Göpel {pl}; Pferdegöpel {pl}; Rosswerke {pl}
horse-capstan; horse-gin; horse whim
horse-capstans; horse-gins; horse whims
Schleuderbrett {n} (Akrobatikgerät im Zirkus)
Schleuderbretter {pl}
teeterboard; Korean plank (acrobatic apparatus in the circus)
teeterboards; Korean planks
Hochseilakt {m}; Drahtseilakt {m} (Zirkus)
high-wire act; tightrope act (circus)
Schlachtross {n}; Kampfpferd {n}
Schlachtrosse {pl}; Kampfpferde {pl}
war horse; charger; destrier [old]
war horses; chargers; destriers
Schlachtross {n}, Kampfpferd {n}
Schlachtrosse {pl}, Kampfpferde {pl}
war horse, charger, destrier [old]
war horses, chargers, destriers
Rappe {m} [zool.]
Rappen {pl}
auf Schusters Rappen [ugs.]
black horse
black horses
by shank's mare; by shanks's pony
Steckenpferd {n} (Spielzeug) [hist.]
Steckenpferde {pl}
hobby-horse; hobbyhorse (toy)
hobby-horses; hobbyhorses
Rennpferd {n}
Rennpferde {pl}
racehorse; race horse
racehorses; race horses
Arbeitspferd {n} [übtr.]
Arbeitspferde {pl}
workhorse; work-horse
workhorses; work-horses
Seepferdchen {n} [zool.]
Seepferdchen {pl}
sea horse, hippocampus
sea horses, hippocampi
Zugpferd {n}
Zugpferden {pl}
draught horse
draught horses
Ackerpferd {n}; Ackergaul {m}
Ackerpferde {pl}; Ackergäule {pl}
plough horse
plough horses
Zuchtpferd {n} [agr.]
Zuchtpferde {pl}
stud horse
stud horses
Reitpferd {n}
Reitpferde {pl}
riding horse
riding horses
Wildpferd {n} [zool.]
Wildpferde {pl}
wild horse
wild horses
Packpferd {n}; Lastpferd {m}
Packpferde {pl}; Lastpferde {pl}
pack horse
pack horses
Schnitzbank {f} [mach.]
Schnitzbänke {pl}
shaving horse
shaving horses
Fußfessel {f} (für Pferde)
einem Pferd Fußfesseln anlegen {vt}
hobble (for horses)
to hobble a horse
Flusspferd {n} [zool.]
Flusspferde {pl}
river horse
river horses
Heinzelbank {f} [mach.]
Heinzelbänke {pl}
shaving horse
shaving horses
Schulpferd {n}
Schulpferde {pl}
trained horse
trained horses
Sattelpferd {n}
Sattelpferde {pl}
saddle horse
saddle horses
Ackerpferd {n}, Ackergaul {m}
Ackerpferde {pl}, Ackergäule {pl}
plough horse
plough horses
Turnierpferd {n}
Turnierpferde {pl}
show horse
show horses
Schimmel {m} (weißes Pferd)
Schimmel {pl}
white horse
white horses
Vollblutpferd {n}
Vollblutpferde {pl}
thoroughbred horse
thoroughbred horses
Rennpferd {n}
Rennpferde {pl}
race horse
race horses
Ross {n}
Rosse {pl}
Rösslein {n}; Rösschen {n}; Rössl {n} [Ös.] [Bayr.]; Rössle {n} [Schwäb.]; Rössli [Schw.]; Rössel {n} [Mitteldt.]
sich aufs hohe Ross setzen [übtr.]
auf dem hohen Ross sitzen [übtr.]
horse; steed; thoroughbred
steeds
little horse
to give oneself airs [fig.]
be on one's high horse [fig.]
Göpel {m}, Pferdegöpel {m}, Rosswerk {n} [hist.]
horse-capstan, horse-gin, horse whin
Pferdeäpfel {pl}; Rossäpfel {pl}
horse droppings; horse dung; road apples [coll.]
Abdecker {m}; Pferdeschlächter {m}; Pferdeschlachter {m}
Abdecker {pl}; Pferdeschlächter {pl}; Pferdeschlachter {pl}
knacker [Br.]; horse slaughterer
knackers; horse slaughterers
Roßkastanie {f} [bot.]
Roßkastanien {pl}
horse chestnut, buckeye [Am.]
horse chestnuts, buckeyes
Seitpferd {n}; Pauschenpferd {n} [Ös.] [Schw.]; Pferdpauschen {m} [Schw.] (Turngerät) [sport]
side horse; pommel horse (gym apparatus)
Roßkastanie {f} [bot.]
Roßkastanien {pl}
horse chestnut; buckeye [Am.]
horse chestnuts; buckeyes
Abdecker {m}, Pferdeschlächter {m}, Pferdeschlachter {m}
Abdecker {pl}, Pferdeschlächter {pl}, Pferdeschlachter {pl}
knacker, horse slaughterer
knackers, horse slaughterers
Pferdewagen {m} (für Personen)
horse and carriage; trap; horse buggy [Am.]
Pferdewagen {m} (für Personen)
horse and carriage, trap, horse buggy [Am.]
Schaukelpferd {n}
rocking horse, rockinghorse, hobby-horse
Takhi {n}; Przewalski-Pferd {n}; Asiatisches Wildpferd {n} (Equus ferus przewalskii) [zool.]
takhi; Przewalski's horse; Dzungarian horse
Ross {n}
Rosse {pl}
sich aufs hohe Ross setzen [übtr.]
auf dem hohen Ross sitzen [übtr.]
horse, steed, thoroughbred
steeds
to give oneself airs [fig.]
be on one's high horse [fig.]
Pferdedressur {f}
horse training; horse conditioning
Pferdehof {m}, Reiterhof {m}
Pferdehöfe {pl}, Reiterhöfe {pl}
horse ranch
horse ranches
Pferdedressur {f}
horse training, horse conditioning
Pferdeanhänger {m}
Pferdeanhänger {pl}
horse trailer
horse trailers
Pferdeäpfel {pl}
horse droppings, horse dung
Pferd {n}, Sprungpferd {n}, Bock {m} (Turnen) [sport]
vault, vaulting horse, horse
Pferdetransporter {m}
Pferdetransporter {pl}
horse carrier
horse carriers
Pferdehof {m}; Reiterhof {m}
Pferdehöfe {pl}; Reiterhöfe {pl}
horse ranch
horse ranches
Pferderennen {n}
horse racing, horse race
Pferderennen {n}; Galopprennen {n}
horse racing; horse race
Pferderasse {f}
Pferderassen {pl}
horse breed
horse breeds
Seitpferd {n} (Turnen) [sport]
side horse, pommel horse
Pferdeliebhaber {m}; Pferdefreund {m}
Pferdeliebhaber {pl}; Pferdefreunde {pl}
horse lover
horse lovers
Pferdesteigeisen {n}
Pferdesteigeisen {pl}
horse crampon
horse crampons
Pferdekutsche {f}
Pferdekutschen {pl}
horse-drawn coach
horse-drawn coaches
ein unbeschriebenes Blatt (bei einem Wettbewerb) [pol.] [sport]
ein Überraschungsanwärter auf den Preis
a dark horse (in a competition)
a dark horse for the award
Sporn {m} (Pferdedressur)
Sporen {pl}; Sporne {pl}
scharfer Sporn
stumpfer Sporn
Kastensporn {m}
einem Pferd die Sporen geben
spur (horse training)
spurs
sharp spur
dummy spur
box-spur
to spur a horse
pferde
horses
Gaeule, Pferde
horses
Flusspferde
river horses
Schaukelpferde
rocking-horses
Draupe {f} (Pferdekrankheit) [zool.]
distemper (of horses)
Immer mit der Ruhe!
hold your horses!
Immer mit der Ruhe
hold your horses
Schulpferde
trained horses
dopen (Pferde usw.)
to dope (horses etc.)
Vollblutpferde
thoroughbred horses
sich zurueckhalten
to hold one's horses
Schlachtrosse
war horses
Fußfessel {f} (für Pferde)
hobble (for horses)
berühmte Lipizzanerhengste
famous Lippizaner horses
Immer mit der Ruhe!, Immer langsam mit den jungen Pferden! [ugs.]
Hold your horses! [coll.]
Immer mit der Ruhe!; Immer langsam mit den jungen Pferden! [ugs.]
Hold your horses! [coll.]
jedem das seine
horses for courses [fig.]
Pferdesamariter {m}
first-aid assistant for horses
Keine zehn Pferde bringen mich dahin. [übtr.]
Wild horses couldn't drag me there.
seine Kraft und Zeit verschwenden; sich vergeblich bemühen
Sie verschwenden Ihre Zeit.; Das ist echt vergebliche Liebesmüh'.
to be flogging a dead horse [fig.] [Br.]
You're flogging a dead horse.
gesunder Menschenverstand {m}; Verstand {m}; Hausverstand {m} [Ös.]
mit gesundem Menschenverstand
keinen Funken Verstand haben
seinen gesunden Menschenverstand benutzen
Ihm fehlt der gesunde Menschenverstand.
Sie war zumindest so gescheit die Polizei anzurufen.
common sense; horse sense; gumption; sanity and reason
commonsense; commonsensical
to have no more gumption than a grasshopper
to use common sense
He needs a little horse sense.
At least she had the gumption to phone the police.
Muskelkater {m} [med.]
einen Muskelkater haben
muscular aching; muscle soreness; aching sore muscles; charley horse [Am.] [coll.]
to have aching sore stiff muscles; to have a charley horse [Am.]
direkt; unmittelbar {adj}
direkt aus von der Quelle
etw. aus von sicherer Quelle hören
straight
straight from the horse's mouth [fig.]
to get sth. straight from the horse's mouth [fig.]
Zügel {m} (Pferdedressur)
Zügel {pl}
passiver Zügel
Trensenzügel {pl}
Stangenzügel {pl}
ein Pferd am Zügel führen
die Zügel lockern
die Zügel in einer Hand
die Zügel teilen
die Zügel schießen schleifen lassen
die Zügel aufnehmen verpassen
die Zügel fest in der Hand halten
die Zügel nachgeben locker lassen
die Zügel verkürzen verlängern
die Zügel locker in der Hand halten
die Zügel fest in der Hand halten [übtr.]
bei jdm. etw. die Zügel kurz halten [übtr.]
einer Sache Zügel anlegen; etw. zügeln
rein (horse training)
reins
passive rein
snaffle reins
curb reins
to lead a horse by the rein
to loosen the reins
the reins in one hand
to separate the reins
to drop the reins
to adjust the reins
to keep the reins tight
to give the reins
to shorten lengthen the reins
to hold the reins loosely in the hand
to have things firmly under control; to be in the driving seat
to keep a tight rein on sb. sth.
to rein in sth.
jdn. etw. im Winter den Winter über betreuen {vt}
Der Reitstallinhaber hat zugesagt unsere Pferde den Winter über in Pflege zu nehmen.
to winter sb. sth.
The riding stable owner has agreed to winter our horses.
zweispännig {adj}
two-horse
Pferd
horse
ein Pferd versorgen (waschen und striegeln)
to groom (a horse)
Da pfeift es aus einem anderen Loch.
That's a horse of a different color.
Pferdeschwanz {m}
horse's tail
Da lachen ja die Hühner. [übtr.]
That gives one a horse laugh.
Kavalleriepferd {n}
cavalry horse
Pferdewagen {m} (für Lasten)
horse and cart
Pferdewirtschaft {f} [agr.]
horse husbandry
Pferdezucht {f} [agr.]
horse breeding
Das ist ein Unterschied wie Tag und Nacht.
It's a horse of a different colour.
Pferdereiten {n}
horse riding
Kavalleriepferd
cavalry horse
Karrengaul
cart horse
Pferdefleisch {n} [cook.]
horse meat
Pferdegespann {n}
horse and cart
ein unbeschriebenes Blatt
a dark horse
vorgeschobener Testkandidat {m} [pol.]
stalking horse [Am.]
Pferdemist {m}
horse manure
Karrengaul {m}
cart horse
gesunder Menschenverstand, gute Menschenkenntnis {f}
Ihm fehlt der gesunde Menschenverstand.
horse sense
He needs a little horse sense.
Pferdetransporter {m}
horse carrier
Strohmann {m}, Strohfrau {f}
stalking-horse
Sprunggelenk {n} (vom Pferd)
hock (of a horse)
Rappe {m}
black horse
Schachtelhalm {m} [bot.]
horse tail
Saumpferd {n}
pack horse
Vorwand {m}, Deckmantel {m}
stalking-horse
(ein Pferd) striegeln
to groom (a horse)
Sattelzeug {n}; Zaumzeug {n} (für Pferd)
tack (for horse)
Schaukelpferd {n}; Hutschpferd {n} [Ös.]; Gampiross {n} [Schw.]; Gampfiross {n} [Schw.]; Gumpiross {n} [Schw.]; Gumprössli {n} [Schw.]
rocking horse
Sattelzeug {n}, Zaumzeug {n} (für Pferd)
tack (for horse)
ausgepeitscht {adj}
horse-whipped
Pferdeanhänger {m}
horse trailer
Pferdefleisch {n}
horse-meat
Rassepferd {n}
thoroughbred (horse)
Zugpferd
draught horse
ein durchgegangenes außer Kontrolle geratenes Pferd
a runaway horse
Pferderennen
horse race
Sattelpferd
saddle horse
Baumstark
strong as a horse
Ackergaul {m}
farm horse
Schaukelpferd
rocking-horse
Hufeisen
horse shoe
Schachtelhalm
horse tail
tänzeln {vi} (Pferd)
to prance (horse)
Saumpferd
pack horse
Rennpferd
race horse
Reitpferd
riding horse
Dressurpferd {n}
dressage horse
Fuchs {m} (Pferd)
chestnut (horse)
Seepferdchen
sea horse
Schaukelpferd
rocking horse
Dampfross {n}
iron horse
Vollblutpferd
thoroughbred horse
Pferdezucht
horse breeding
Schulpferd
trained horse
Kaff {n}, Kuhdorf {n}
one horse town
Pferderennen
horse-race
Ackergaul
farm horse
Schlachtross
war horse
Pferderennen
horse-racing
Mitte eines Stroms; Flussmitte {f}
mittendrin plötzlich einen anderen Kurs einschlagen
midstream
to switch change horses in midstream
Pferdefuhrwerk {n}
horse-drawn vehicle
Bock {m} [constr.]
horse; stand; scaffold
Sprunggelenk {n} (vom Pferd)
Sprunggelenke {pl}
hock (of a horse)
hocks
auf die falsche Karte setzen
to bet on the wrong horse
Steckenpferd {n}
hobby-horse, hobbyhorse
herumalbern {vi}
herumalbernd
herumgealbert
to horse around
horsing around
horsed around
aufs richtige Pferd setzen [übtr.]
to back the right horse [fig.]
direkt aus der Quelle
straight from the horse's mouth
Vielseitigkeitsreiten {n}; Vielseitigkeitsprüfung {f}; Military-Reiten {n} (veraltet) [sport]
eventing; horse trials
wild herumtollen {vi}
wild herumtollend
wild herumgetollt
to horse around about
horsing around about
horsed around about
baumstark {adj} [übtr.]
strong as a horse [fig.]
gut bestückt sein (als Mann, großer Penis) [slang]
to be hung like a horse [slang]
Zügelhilfen {pl} (Pferdedressur)
hands (horse training)
Pferdekraft
horse power hour
Schnitzelbank {f} [techn.]
Schnitzelbank {f}
schnitzelbank
drawing horse
auf die falsche Karte setzen, aufs falsche Pferd setzen [übtr.]
to bet on the wrong horse
Pferdestall {m}
Pferdeställe {pl}
stable; horse stable
stables; horse stables
auf die falsche Karte setzen; aufs falsche Pferd setzen [übtr.]
to bet on the wrong horse
Auf ein williges Pferd legen alle ihre Last.
All lay load on a willing horse.
Meerrettich {m}; Kren {m} [Bayr.] [Ös.] (Armoracia rusticana) [bot.]
horseradish; horse-radish
Appaloosa m n (Pferderasse) [zool.]
Appaloosa (horse breed)
Rassepferd {n}
Rassepferde {pl}
thoroughbred (horse)
thoroughbreds
rittlings sitzen auf
rittlings auf dem Pferd sitzen
to staddle
to straddled the horse
Person {f} mit versteckten Qualitäten
dark horse [Br.]
Lipizzaner {m} (Pferderasse) [zool.]
Lipizzan (horse); Lipizzaner
scharf beschlagen {adj} (Pferd)
roughshod (horse) [obs.]
Meerrettich {m}, Kren {m} [Ös.] [bot.] [cook.]
horseradish, horse radish
Versteckpferd {n} (für den Federwildjäger)
stalking horse (for a wildfowl hunter)
das Pferd von hinten aufzäumen
to put the cart before the horse [fig.]
auskeilen {vi} (Pferd)
auskeilend
ausgekeilt
to kick (horse)
kicking
kicked
Einem geschenkten Gaul schaut man nicht ins Maul. [Sprw.]
Never look a gift horse in the mouth. [prov.]
Pferdezucht {f}
horse breeding, stud farm
Reitturnier {n}
riding event, horse show
sich aufbäumen {vr} (Pferd)
sich aufbäumend
sich aufgebäumt
to rear up (horse)
rearing up
reared up
Reitturnier {n}
riding event; horse show
sein letztes Hemd verwetten [übtr.]
to put one's shirt on a horse [fig.]
Sie sollen das Pferd nicht beim Schwanz aufzäumen.
Don't put the cart before the horse.
Sie verschwenden Ihre Zeit.
You're flogging a dead horse. [fig.]
Provinzstadt {f} [pej.]
Provinzstädte {pl}
one-horse town; hick town [Am.]
one-horse towns; hick towns
Longierzirkel {m}; Rundgehege {n} (Pferdedressur)
round pen (horse training)
Longieren {n} (Pferdedressur)
lungeing; longeing (horse training)
anschirren, aufzäumen {vt} (Pferd)
anschirrend, aufzäumend
angeschirrt, aufgezäumt
to harness (horse)
harnessing
harnessed
Lehrpferd {n}; Schulpferd {n} (Pferdedressur)
Lehrpferde {pl}; Schulpferde {pl}
schoolmaster (horse training)
schoolmasters
Heißhunger {m}; Bärenhunger {m}; Mordshunger {m} [ugs.]
Ich habe Bärenhunger.
ravenous appetite
I´m as hungry as a horse.
'Ein fliehendes Pferd' (von Walser Werktitel) [lit.]
'Runaway Horse' (by Walser work title)
Beschuldigen Sie nicht den Falschen!
Don't put the saddle on the wrong horse!
Scheuklappen {pl} (Pferdedressur)
blinkers [Br.]; blinders [Am.] (horse training)
Rastplatz für Pferdewohnwagen
parking lot for horse-drawn caravans
Clydesdale {n} (schott. Zugpferdeart) [zool.]
Clydesdale (Scott. breed of draft horse)
Magendasseln {pl}; Magenbremsen {pl} (Gasterophilinae) (zoologische Unterfamilie) [zool.]
horse bot flies (zoological family)
Seepferdchen {n} (Hippocampus) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
sea horse; seahorse (zoological genus)
Zügelhaltung {f}; Zügelführung {f} (Pferdedressur)
manner of holding handling rains (horse training)
Du beschuldigst den Falschen. Schuld daran ist jemand anders.
You are putting the saddle on the wrong horse. The fault lies with someone else.
Stachelmakrelen {pl}; Pferdemakrelen {pl} (Carangidae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
jack horse mackerels and scads (zoological family)
'Im weißen Rössl' (von Benatzky Werktitel) [mus.]
'The White Horse Inn' (by Benatzky work title)
'Der Schimmelreiter' (von Storm Werktitel) [lit.]
'The Rider on the White Horse', 'The Dykemaster' (by Storm work title)
jdn. etw. pflegen; zurechtmachen {vt}
pflegend; zurechtmachend
gepflegt; zurechtgemacht
pflegt; macht zurecht
pflegte; machte zurecht
ein sorgfältig gepflegter Rasen
ausgezeichnet präparierte Schipisten
Die Pferde werden für das Rennen zurechtgemacht.
to groom sb. sth.
grooming
groomed
grooms
groomed
a carefully groomed lawn
perfectly groomed ski slopes
The horses are being groomed for the race.
etw. verwetten {vt}
verwettend
verwettet
sein letztes Hemd verwetten [übtr.]
to gamble away sth.
gambling away
gambled away
to put one's shirt on a horse [fig.]
Alant {m} (Inula) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Echter Alant; Schlangenkraut {n} (Inula helenium)
inula (botanical genus)
elecampane; horse-heal; elfdock; marchalan [Welch]
Muskelkater {m}
Muskelkater haben
stiffness, sore muscles, muscle soreness, charley horse [Am.]
to feel stiff and aching
jdn. in Panik versetzen; bei jdm. Panik auslösen
in Panik versetzend; Panik auslösend
in Panik versetzt; Panik ausgelöst
in Panik versetzt
Die Schüsse versetzten die Pferde in Panik.
sich zu einer überstürzten Handlung hinreißen lassen
Viele Leute ließen sich dazu hinreißen überstürzt das Land zu verlassen.
Wir lassen uns nicht zu einer überstürzten Entscheidung drängen.
to panic sb.
panicking
panicked
panic-stricken; panic-struck
The gunfire panicked the horses.
to be panicked into doing sth.
Many people were panicked into leaving the country.
We won't be panicked into making a decision.
Man kann aus einem Esel kein Rennpferd machen. [übtr.]
A donkey can not be made a running horse.; You can put lipstick on a pig it's still a pig. [fig.]
Reitsport {m}, Pferdesport {m} [sport]
horse-riding, riding, equine sports, equestrian sport, equitation
etw. (Unerwünschtes) massenweise an jdn. senden {vt} [comp.]
einen Trojaner im Internet massenweise in Umlauf bringen
to spam sth. to sb.
to spam a Trojan horse to internet users
Reitgerte {f}; Gerte {f} (Pferdedressur)
Reitgerten {pl}; Gerten {pl}
riding crop; cane (horse training)
riding crops; canes
Reitsport {m}; Pferdesport {m} [sport]
horse-riding; riding; equine sports; equestrian sport; equitation
direkt, unmittelbar {adj}
direkt aus der Quelle
straight
straight from the horse's mouth [fig.]
etw. reiten {vt}
ein Pferd zu Tode reiten
to ride sth. {rode; ridden}
to ride a horse to death
jdn. (für den Wettkampf) aufputschen; dopen; jdm. Stoff geben [ugs.] {vt}
aufputschend; dopend; Stoff gebend
aufgeputscht; gedopt; Stoff gegeben
einem Rennpferd Aufputschmittel geben
to dope sb.
doping
doped
to dope a racing horse
gut bestückt sein [ugs.] (große Brüste großen Penis haben) [anat.]
Sie hat eine ganz schöne Oberweite!
gut bestückt sein (großen Penis haben) [slang]
to be well-endowed (person) [coll.]
She's very well endowed!
to be hung like a horse [slang]
Hansom Cab {n}; Hansom-Taxi {n} (Pferdekutsche 1834 von dem engl. Architekten Joseph Hansom patentiert)
Hansom (safety) cab (horse-drawn carriage patented in 1834 by the English architect Joseph Hansom)
Hetzpeitsche {f} (Pferdedressur)
Hetzpeitschen {pl}
hunting crop (horse training)
hunting crops
anschirren; aufzäumen {vt} (Pferd)
anschirrend; aufzäumend
angeschirrt; aufgezäumt
schirrt an
schirrte an
to harness (horse)
harnessing
harnessed
harnesses
harnessed
Reitstock {m} (Pferdedressur)
Reitstöcke {pl}
riding stick (horse training)
riding sticks
Bahnpeitsche {f} (Pferdedressur)
Bahnpeitschen {pl}
lungeing whip (horse training)
lungeing whips
Dressurpeitsche {f} (Pferdedressur)
Dressurpeitschen {pl}
cutting whip (horse training)
cutting whips
etw. (mit einem Seil) an etw. anbinden {vt}
Das Pferd wurde an den Zaun (an)gebunden.
to rope sth. to sth.
The horse was roped to the fence.
vierspännig {adj}
ein vierspänniger Wagen
four-in-hand
a four-horse cart; a four-in-hand chariot
aufsatteln {vi}
aufsattelnd
aufgesattelt
ein Pferd (auf)satteln
to saddle up
saddling up
saddled up
to saddle up <> a horse
Schnauben {n}; Prusten {n}
das Schnauben eines Pferdes
schnaubendes Gelächter
snort
the snorts of a horse
a snort of laughter
Zug... [agr.]
Zugnetz {n} (Fischerei)
Zugpferd {n}
Zugtier {n}
Zugvieh {n}
draught [Br.]; draft [Am.]
draught net [Br.]; draft net [Am.] (fishing)
draught horse [Br.]; draft horse [Am.]
draught animal [Br.]; draft animal [Am.]
draught cattle [Br.]; draft cattle [Am.]
etw. (durch die Luft) schwingen {vt}
Er schwang den Schläger durch die Luft.
Das Mädchen kam herein und schwang ihren langen Rock durch die Luft.
Das Pferd schwang seinen Schweif hin und her.
to swish sth. (through the air)
He swished his racket through the air.
A girl came in swishing her long skirt.
The horse swished its tail back and forth.
Bremsen {pl} (Tabanidae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
horse flies; breeze flies; gadflies; zimbs; clegs; march flies [Austr.]; bull dog flies [Can.] (zoological family)
Sporn {m}
Sporen {pl}, Sporne {pl}
einem Pferd die Sporen geben
spure
spurs
to spure a horse
Gebiss {n} (Pferd)
am Gebiss kauen
bit (horse)
to champ at the bit
eigen; eigener; eigene; eigenes {adj}
sein eigenes Auto
etw. sein Eigen nennen [poet.]
Wir haben unsere eigenen Probleme.
Ich möchte mein eigenes Zuhause haben.
Eines Tages möchte ich ein Pferd haben das ganz mir gehört.
ureigen
im ureigensten Bereich
die ureigenste Aufgabe
Es liegt in unserem ureigensten Interesse das zu tun.
own
his own car; car of his own
to call sth. your own
We have problems of our own.
I'd like to have a place of my own to call my own.
One day I want to have a horse of my very own.
very own
up one's street [Br.]; down one's alley [Am.]
the essential inherent intrinsic task
It is in our own best interests to do so.
sanftmütig; fromm {adj}
ein lammfrommes Pferd
Walhaie sind bekanntlich sanftmütig.
docile
a docile horse
Whale sharks are notoriously docile.
Tipp {m}; Tip {m} [alt]; Hinweis {m}
Tipps {pl}; Tips {pl} [alt]; Hinweise {pl}
der richtige Tipp
der Buchtipp der Woche
ein heißer Tipp für das Pferderennen
Aufgrund eines Hinweises konnte die Polizei den Gesuchten ausfindig machen.
tip
tips
the straight tip
the book tip of the week
a hot tip for the horse race
Acting on a tip the police were able to find the wanted person.
Hochzeitskutsche {f}
Hochzeitskutschen {pl}
(horse-drawn) wedding carriage; wedding coach
wedding carriages; wedding coaches
bei jdn. etw. die Zeit messen; jdn. etw. stoppen {vt}
die Zeit messend; stoppend
die Zeit gemessen; gestoppt
bei einem Pferderennen die Zeit messen
Die Zeit der Läufer wird mit speziellen Uhren gemessen.
Er maß die Zeit die die Schüler für den Test benötigen.
to time sb. sth.
timing
timed
to time a horse race
The runners are timed with special watches.
He timed the students as they completed their tests.
kurzer Kopf (beim Pferderennen) {m}
um einen kurzen Kopf gewinnen
short head (in horse races) [Br.]
to win by a short head
etw. (an etw.) festmachen
festmachend
festgemacht
ein Pferd vor einen Wagen spannen
to hitch up <> sth. (to sth.)
hitching up
hitched up
to hitch up a horse to a wagon
Ackerbohne {f} [bot.]
field bean, broad bean, English bean, European bean, horse bean
auf etw. rittlings sitzen; auf über etw. mit gespreizten Beinen stehen {vi}
Er saß auf seinem Pferd mit der Eleganz eines geborenen Reiters.
to bestride sth. {bestrode bestrid; bestridden}; to sit astride on sth.; to stand astride over sth.
He bestrode his horse with the grace of a born horseman.
Zucht {f}; Rasse {f} [agr.] [zool.]
Zuchtpferde {pl}; Gestüt {n}
Einnutzungsrasse {f}
Zweinutzungsrasse {f}
Dreinutzungsrasse {f}
Mehrnutzungsrasse {f}
breed
breed of horses
one-purpose breed
dual-purpose breed
triple-purpose breed
multi-purpose breed
trojanisch {adj} [soc.] [hist.]
Trojanisches Pferd
Trojan
Trojan Horse
rittlings sitzen auf
rittlings auf dem Pferd sitzen
to straddle
to straddle the horse
Trojaner {m}, Trojanerin {f}, Troer {m}
Trojanisches Pferd
Trojan
Trojan Horse
Strecke {f}; Kurs {m}; Bahn {f} [sport]
Pferdebahn {f}
track
horse track
herrenlos {adj} (Tier)
ein herrenloses Pferd
masterless
a masterless horse
Maclura-Maulbeergewächse {pl} (Maclura) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Milchorangenbaum {m}; Milchorange {f}; Indianer-Orange {f}; Osagedorn {m} (Maclura pomifera)
Färbermaulbeerbaum {m}; Gelbholz {n} (Maclura tinctoria)
Seidenraupenbaum {m} (Maclura tricuspidata)
Weißer Maulbeerbaum {m}; Weiße Maulbeere {f} (Morus alba)
maclura mulberries (botanical genus)
Osage orange; monkey ball; hedge apple; horse apple; bowwood; bois d'arc; bodark
dyer's mulberry; old fustic
Chinese mulberry; mandarin melon berry; silkworm thorn
white mulberry
sich (auf den Hinterbeinen) aufrichten; sich auf die Hinterbeine stellen {vr} [zool.]
sich aufrichtend; sich auf die Hinterbeine stellend
sich aufgerichtet; sich auf die Hinterbeine gestellt
sich gegen etw. aufbäumen [übtr.]
Das Pferd bäumte sich ohne ersichtlichen Grund auf.
Die Schlange richtete sich auf bereit zuzustoßen.
to rear; to rear up
rearing; rearing up
reared; reared up
to rise up against sth.
The horse reared for no apparent reason.
The snake reared up ready to strike.
Ambitionen {pl}; Eifer {m}; Feuer {n}
Olympiaambitionen {pl}
ein feuriges Pferd
mettle
Olympic mettle
a horse of mettle
durchsetzen dass etw. geschieht
Sie haben durchgesetzt dass das Parlament das Verbot verabschiedet.
Österreich hat durchgesetzt dass der Ausgang der Verhandlungen offen bleibt.
Die MdEPs haben durchgesetzt dass die Menschenrechtscharta rechtlich bindend sein wird.
Sie haben durchgesetzt dass für Pferderennen Ausnahmen gemacht werden.
to succeed in ensuring that sth. is done; to succeed in getting sth. done
They have succeeded in getting Parliament to adopt the ban.
Austria has succeeded in ensuring that the negotiations are an open-ended process.
The MEPs fought successfully to ensure that the Charter of Fundamental Rights would be legally binding.
They made sure that exceptions were made for horse racing.
Schritt {m}
Schritte {pl}
Schritt für Schritt, Schritt um Schritt
ein Schritt in Richtung ...
im Schritt
im gleichen Schritt und Tritt
gemessenen Schrittes
Schritt halten mit
einen Schritt machen
aus dem Schritt kommen
im Gleichschritt sein
kleine Schritte machen, kurze Schritte machen
die ersten Schritte machen
den ersten Schritt tun
den zweiten Schritt vor dem ersten tun [übtr.]
ein großer Schritt nach vorn
step
steps
step by step, little by little
a step towards
in step, at walking pace
in step
with measured step
to keep step with
to take a step
to break step
to be in step
to take small steps
to take one's first steps
to make the first move
to put the cart before the horse [fig.]
a big step up the ladder [fig.]
Schritt {m}
Schritte {pl}
Schritt für Schritt; Schritt um Schritt
ein Schritt in Richtung ...
im Schritt
im gleichen Schritt und Tritt
gemessenen Schrittes
Schritt halten mit
einen Schritt machen
aus dem Schritt kommen
im Gleichschritt sein
kleine Schritte machen; kurze Schritte machen
erforderliche Schritte
die ersten Schritte machen
den ersten Schritt tun
den zweiten Schritt vor dem ersten tun [übtr.]
ein großer Schritt nach vorn
ein Schritt in die richtige falsche Richtung
jdm. (bei etw.) (immer) einen Schritt voraus sein
step
steps
step by step; little by little
a step towards
in step; at walking pace
in step
with measured step
to keep step with
to take a step
to break step
to be in step
to take small steps
steps to be taken
to take one's first steps
to make the first move
to try to run before one can walk; to put the cart before the horse [fig.]
a big step up the ladder [fig.]
a step in the right wrong direction
to be keep stay one step jump ahead of sb. (in sth.)
essen
essend
gegessen
ich esse
du isst (ißt [alt])
ich
er
sie aß
wir
sie aßen
ich habe
hatte gegessen
ich
er
sie äße
iss!
sich satt essen
schnell etw. essen
viel essen
to eat {ate, eaten}
eating
eaten
I eat
you eat
I
he
she ate
we
they ate
I have
had eaten
I
he
she would eat
eat!
to eat one's fill
to snatch a quick meal
to eat like a horse [coll.]
essen {vi} {vt}
essend
gegessen
ich esse
du isst (ißt [alt])
ich er sie aß
wir sie aßen
ich habe hatte gegessen
ich er sie äße
iss!
sich satt essen
schnell etw. essen
Hast du nichts gegessen?
essen wie ein Scheunendrescher [übtr.]; viel essen
Was hat sie denn heute?; Was ist denn heute mit ihr los?
to eat {ate; eaten}
eating
eaten
I eat
you eat
I he she ate
we they ate
I have had eaten
I he she would eat
eat!
to eat one's fill
to snatch a quick meal
Haven't you eaten anything?
to eat like a horse [coll.] [fig.]
What's eating her today?

Deutsche Synonyme für Zirkuspferd {n} / Zirkuspferde {pl}

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Englische Synonyme für circus horse

Lexikoneinträge für circus horse / circus horses

Circus (n.) A level oblong space surrounded on three sides by seats of wood, earth, or stone, rising in tiers one above another, and divided lengthwise through the middle by a barrier around which the track or course was laid out. It was used for chariot races, games, and public shows.
Circus (n.) A circular inclosure for the exhibition of feats of horsemanship, acrobatic displays, etc. Also, the company of performers, with their equipage.
Circus (n.) Circuit
Horse (n.) A hoofed quadruped of the genus Equus
Horse (n.) The male of the genus horse, in distinction from the female or male
Horse (n.) Mounted soldiery
Horse (n.) A frame with legs, used to support something
Horse (n.) A frame of timber, shaped like a horse, on which soldiers were made to ride for punishment.
Horse (n.) Anything, actual or figurative, on which one rides as on a horse
Horse (n.) A mass of earthy matter, or rock of the same character as the wall rock, occurring in the course of a vein, as of coal or ore
Horse (n.) See Footrope, a.
Horse (a.) A breastband for a leadsman.
Horse (a.) An iron bar for a sheet traveler to slide upon.
Horse (a.) A jackstay.
Horse (v. t.) To provide with a horse, or with horses
Horse (v. t.) To sit astride of
Horse (v. t.) To cover, as a mare
Horse (v. t.) To take or carry on the back
Horse (v. t.) To place on the back of another, or on a wooden horse, etc., to be flogged
Horse (v. i.) To get on horseback.
Horse-chestnut (n.) The large nutlike seed of a species of Aesculus (Ae. Hippocastanum), formerly ground, and fed to horses, whence the name.
Horse-chestnut (n.) The tree itself, which was brought from Constantinople in the beginning of the sixteenth century, and is now common in the temperate zones of both hemispheres. The native American species are called buckeyes.
Horse-drench (n.) A dose of physic for a horse.
Horse-drench (n.) The appliance by which the dose is administred.
Horse Guards () A body of cavalry so called
Horse-jockey (n.) A professional rider and trainer of race horses.
Horse-jockey (n.) A trainer and dealer in horses.
Horse-leech (n.) A large blood-sucking leech (Haemopsis vorax), of Europe and Northern Africa. It attacks the lips and mouths of horses.
Horse-leech (n.) A farrier
Horse-leechery (n.) The business of a farrier
Horse-litter (n.) A carriage hung on poles, and borne by and between two horses.
Horse power () The power which a horse exerts.
Horse power () A unit of power, used in stating the power required to drive machinery, and in estimating the capabilities of animals or steam engines and other prime movers for doing work. It is the power required for the performance of work at the rate of 33,000 English units of work per minute
Horse power () A machine worked by a horse, for driving other machinery
Horse-radish (n.) A plant of the genus Nasturtium (N. Armoracia), allied to scurvy grass, having a root of a pungent taste, much used, when grated, as a condiment and in medicine.
One-horse (a.) Drawn by one horse
One-horse (a.) Second-rate
Rear-horse (n.) A mantis.
Rocking-horse (n.) The figure of a horse, mounted upon rockers, for children to ride.
Sea horse () A fabulous creature, half horse and half fish, represented in classic mythology as driven by sea dogs or ridden by the Nereids. It is also depicted in heraldry. See Hippocampus.
Sea horse () The walrus.
Sea horse () Any fish of the genus Hippocampus.
Stalking-horse (n.) A horse, or a figure resembling a horse, behind which a hunter conceals himself from the game he is aiming to kill.
Stalking-horse (n.) Fig.: Something used to cover up a secret project
Stone-horse (n.) Stallion.
Stud-horse (n.) A stallion, esp. one kept for breeding.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

horse racing the sport of racing horses
circus a performance given by a traveling company of acrobats, clowns, and trained animals, the children always love to go to the circus
threeing circus a circus with simultaneous performances in three rings
circus carnival a frenetic disorganized (and often comic) disturbance suggestive of a large public entertainment, it was so funny it was a circus, the whole occasion had a carnival atmosphere
horse breeding breeding horses
horse trade
horse trading
the swapping of horses (accompanied by much bargaining)
seahorse
sea horse
small fish with horse-like heads bent sharply downward and curled tails, swim in upright position
Circus
genus Circus
a genus of haws comprising the harriers
marsh harrier
Circus Aeruginosus
Old World harrier frequenting marshy regions
Montagu's harrier
Circus pygargus
brownish European harrier
marsh hawk
northern harrier
hen harrier
Circus cyaneus
common harrier of North America and Europe, nests in marshes and open land
capercaillie
capercailzie
horse of the wood
Tetrao urogallus
large black Old World grouse
walrus
seahorse sea horse
either of two large northern marine mammals having ivory tusks and tough hide over thick blubber
horse's foot the hoof of a horse
horse botfly
Gasterophilus intestinalis
parasitic chiefly on horses
horsefly
cleg
clegg
horse fly
large swift fly the female of which sucks blood of various animals
horse tick
horsefly Hippobosca equina
winged fly parasitic on horses
horse
Equus caballus
solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times
eohippus
dawn horse
earliest horse, extinct primitive dog-sized four-toed Eocene animal
male horse the male of species Equus caballus
mare
female horse
female equine animal
saddle horse
riding horse
mount
a lightweight horse kept for riding only
cavalry horse horse trained for battle
quarter horse a small powerful horse originally bred for sprinting in quarter-mile races in Virginia
Tennessee walker
Tennessee walking horse
Walking horse
Plantation walking horse
a horse marked by stamina and trained to move at a fast running walk
American saddle horse a high-stepping horse originating in Kentucky
wild horse undomesticated or feral domestic horse
Przewalski's horse
Przevalski's horse
Equus caballus przewalskii
Equus caballus przevalskii
wild horse of central Asia that resembles an ass, now endangered
plow horse
plough horse
a horse used to pull a plow
racehorse
race horse
bangtail
a horse bred for racing
two-year-old horse
two year old
a racehorse that is two years old
three-year-old horse
three year old
a racehorse that is three years old
dark horse a racehorse about which little is known
stalking-horse a horse behind which a hunter hides while stalking game
harness horse horse used for pulling vehicles
draft horse
draught horse
dray horse
horse adapted for drawing heavy loads
carthorse
cart horse
drayhorse
draft horse kept for pulling carts
farm horse
dobbin
a quiet plodding workhorse
shire
shire horse
British breed of large heavy draft horse
pole horse
poler
a draft horse harnessed alongside the shaft or pole of a vehicle
wheel horse
wheeler
a draft horse harnessed behind others and nearest the wheels of a vehicle
post horse
post-horse
poster
a horse kept at an inn or post house for use by mail carriers or for rent to travelers
coach horse strong draft horse for drawing coaches
trotting horse
trotter
a horse trained to trot, especially a horse trained for harness racing
pole horse the horse having a starting position next to the inside rail in a harness race
hippopotamus
hippo
river horse
Hippopotamus amphibius
massive thick-skinned herbivorous animal living in or around rivers of tropical Africa
moonfish Atlantic moonfish
horsefish
horsehead
horse-head
dollarfish Selene setapinnis
any of several silvery marine fishes with very flat bodies
horse mackerel jack mackerel
Spanish mackerel saurel Trachurus symmetricus
a California food fish
horse mackerel saurel Trachurus trachurus large elongated compressed food fish of the Atlantic waters of Europe
bluefin
bluefin tuna
horse mackerel Thunnus thynnus
largest tuna, to pounds, of mostly temperate seas: feed in polar regions but breed in tropics
circus an arena consisting of an oval or circular area enclosed by tiers of seats and usually covered by a tent, they used the elephants to help put up the circus
circus (antiquity) an open-air stadium for chariot races and gladiatorial games
circus tent
big top
round top
top
a canvas tent to house the audience at a circus performance, he was afraid of a fire in the circus tent, they had the big top up in less than an hour
hobby
hobbyhorse
rocking horse
a child's plaything consisting of an imitation horse mounted on rockers, the child straddles it and pretends to ride
horse gymnastic horse a padded gymnastic apparatus on legs
horse cart
horseart
heavy cart, drawn by a horse, used for farm work
horse-drawn vehicle a wheeled vehicle drawn by one or more horses
horse pistol
horse-pistol
a large pistol (usually in a holster) formerly carried by horsemen
horse-trail a trail for horses
iron horse (c. ) an early term for a locomotive
knight
horse
a chessman shaped to resemble the head of a horse, can move two squares horizontally and one vertically (or vice versa)
pommel horse
side horse
a gymnastic horse with a cylindrical body covered with leather and two upright handles (pommels) near the center, held upright by two steel supports, one at each end
saddle blanket
saddlecloth
horse blanket
stable gear consisting of a blanket placed under the saddle
sawhorse
horse sawbuck
buck
a framework for holding wood that is being sawed
stable
stalls
horse barn
a farm building for housing horses or other livestock
stalking-horse screen consisting of a figure of a horse behind which a hunter hides while stalking game
stick horse a child's plaything consisting on an imitation horse's head on one end of a stick
towel rack
towel horse
a rack consisting of one or more bars on which towels can be hung
Trojan Horse
Wooden Horse
a large hollow wooden figure of a horse (filled with Greek soldiers) left by the Greeks outside Troy during the Trojan War
vaulting horse
long horse
buck
a gymnastic horse without pommels and with one end elongated, used lengthwise for vaulting
common sense
good sense
gumption
horse sense
sense mother wit
sound practical judgment, Common sense is not so common, he hasn't got the sense God gave little green apples, fortunately she had the good sense to run away
high horse an attitude of arrogant superiority, get off your high horse and admit you are wrong
trojan
trojan horse
a program that appears desirable but actually contains something harmful, the contents of a trojan can be a virus or a worm, when he downloaded the free game it turned out to be a trojan horse
Western
horse opera
a film about life in the western United States during the period of exploration and development
pretext
stalking-horse
something serving to conceal plans, a fictitious reason that is concocted in order to conceal the real reason
horse trading negotiation accompanied by mutual concessions and shrewd bargaining
whitecap
white horse
a wave that is blown by the wind so its crest is broken and appears white
horse race a contest of speed between horses, usually held for the purpose of betting
broad bean horse bean a bean plant cultivated for use animal fodder
circus a travelling company of entertainers, including trained animals, he ran away from home to join the circus
fifth column
Trojan horse
a subversive group that supports the enemy and engages in espionage or sabotage, an enemy in your midst
horse cavalry an army unit mounted on horseback
cavalry horse cavalry horse troops trained to fight on horseback, horse led the attack
horse latitude either of two belts or regions neardegrees north ordegrees south, characterized by calms and light-baffling winds
circus acrobat an acrobat who performs acrobatic feats in a circus
dark horse a political candidate who is not well known but could win unexpectedly
horse doctor a veterinarian who treats horses
horseman horse fancier a person who breeds and cares for horses
horse trader a hard bargainer
horse wrangler
wrangler
a cowboy who takes care of the saddle horses
stalking-horse a candidate put forward to divide the Opposition or to mask the true candidate
Crazy Horse
Tashunca-Uitco
a chief of the Sioux who resisted the invasion of the Black Hills and joined Sitting Bull in the defeat of General Custer at Little Bighorn (-)
horseradish
horse radish
red cole
Armoracia rusticana
coarse Eurasian plant cultivated for its thick white pungent root
prickly lettuce
horse thistle
Lactuca serriola
Lactuca scariola
European annual wild lettuce having prickly stems, a troublesome weed in parts of United States
bullbrier
greenbrier
catbrier
horse brier
horse-brier
brier briar Smilax rotundifolia
a very prickly woody vine of the eastern United States growing in tangled masses having tough round stems with shiny leathery leaves and small greenish flowers followed by clusters of inedible shiny black berries
pink shower
pink shower tree
horse cassia Cassia grandis
tropical American semi-evergreen tree having erect racemes of pink or roseolored flowers, used as an ornamental
horse cassia Cassia roxburghii
Cassia marginata
East Indian tree having long pods containing a black cathartic pulp used as a horse medicine
horse gram
horse grain
poor man's pulse
Macrotyloma uniflorum
Dolichos biflorus
twining herb of Old World tropics cultivated in India for food and fodder, sometimes placed in genus Dolichos
feverroot
horse gentian
tinker's root
wild coffee
Triostium perfoliatum
coarse weedy American perennial herb with large usually perfoliate leaves and purple or dull red flowers
horse chestnut
buckeye
Aesculus hippocastanum
tree having palmate leaves and large clusters of white to red flowers followed by brown shiny inedible seeds

 

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