Definition of 'canter'
Example sentences containing 'canter'
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But how this horse likes to canter. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was doing a steady canter. The Sun (2012)Don't think he has only to turn up and canter past the stands. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You didn't trot or canter -- you walked. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)For these rides, you really need to be comfortable at a walk, trot and canter. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's not arduous, but you should have done some riding previously and be able to trot and canter. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'canter'
British English: canter /ˈkæntə/ VERB
When a horse canters, it moves at a speed that is slower than galloping but faster than trotting.
The competitors cantered into the arena to conclude the closing ceremony.
- American English: canter
- Arabic: يَخُبُّ الـحِصَان
- Brazilian Portuguese: cavalgar
- Chinese: 慢跑
- Croatian: kaskati
- Czech: cválat
- Danish: løbe i kanter
- Dutch: in handgalop gaan
- European Spanish: ir a medio galope
- Finnish: laukata lyhyttä laukkaa
- French: aller au petit galop
- German: kantern
- Greek: τριποδίζω
- Italian: andare al piccolo galoppo
- Japanese: 駆け足でいく
- Korean: 느린 구보로 달리다
- Norwegian: galoppere
- Polish: cwałować
- European Portuguese: andar a meio galope
- Romanian: a merge în galop mic
- Russian: легкий галоп
- Spanish: cabalgar a medio galope
- Swedish: rida i kort galopp
- Thai: วิ่งเหยาะ
- Turkish: eşkin gitmek
- Ukrainian: легкий галоп
- Vietnamese: chạy nước kiệu nhỏ
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