Definition of 'cattle'
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Their diseases were then passed on to domestic cattle with catastrophic effect. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They grow older, many unable to afford to pay their family to work on land fit only to grow the grass for cattle and sheep. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Watch horses or cattle in a wind. Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life (1991) Beef cattle fail to make the best use of their feed. Secrets of the Soil (1990)He is honoured as the patron saint of cattle and domestic livestock. COLLINS DICTIONARY OF SAINTS (2004)They were conveyed in appalling conditions in cattle trucks and many died. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Ministers warned the creatures are spreading the disease rapidly between cattle herds. The Sun (2013)The manufacturers were quick to dismiss fears that it would be a flying cattle truck. Times, Sunday Times (2009)All of them had felt like cattle being herded in to tick a box and leave. The Sun (2010)They have also found the bones of sheep and cattle that would have been used to feed the crew. Times, Sunday Times (2013)THERE'S no more beef in cattle. The Sun (2008)They'll put their heart and soul into breeding rare cattle or sheep or organic farming. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We had tough life, raising horses and cattle. The Sun (2007)The retired ranch worker hopes to recover enough to drive, ride horses and raise cattle. The Sun (2015)People, domestic cattle and wildlife all share the land. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He has been given a job on the farm looking after the cattle and sheep for which he is paid 11 a week. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'cattle'
British English: cattle /ˈkætl/ NOUN
Cattle are cows and bulls.
...the finest herd of beef cattle for two hundred miles.
- American English: cattle
- Arabic: مَوَاش
- Brazilian Portuguese: gado
- Chinese: 牛群
- Croatian: stoka
- Czech: dobytek hovězí
- Danish: kvæg
- Dutch: vee
- European Spanish: ganado
- Finnish: karja
- French: bétail
- German: Vieh
- Greek: βοοειδή
- Italian: bestiame
- Japanese: 畜牛
- Korean: 가축
- Norwegian: kveg
- Polish: bydło
- European Portuguese: gado
- Romanian: bovine
- Russian: крупный рогатый скот
- Spanish: ganado
- Swedish: boskap
- Thai: วัวควาย
- Turkish: davar
- Ukrainian: велика рогата худоба
- Vietnamese: gia súc
Definition of cattle from the Collins English Dictionary
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