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Spanish translation of 'hoof'

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hoof

[huːf ]
nounWord forms: plural hoofs or hooves
1. 
[of horse] casco m
[of other animals] pezuña f
cloven hoof pata f hendida
cattle on the hoof ganado m en pie
hoof and mouth disease (US) fiebre f aftosaglosopeda f
2.  (informal) [of person]
(foot) pezuña (inf) fpata (inf) f
transitive verb (informal)
to hoof it (walk) ir a pata (inf); (depart) liar el petate (inf)

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Example Sentences Including 'hoof'

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There were the rolling eye, the raised hoof poised to kick.
The Times Literary Supplement (2012)
You can almost do it on the hoof, you just pick up your device, record a comment and ping it over.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Just inches away there is the deep thud of a hoof or foot.
The Sun (2011)
At the sound of the horses' hooves and the jingle of tack, she turned toward the road and watched as the men rode by.
Kerr, Katharine A Time of War (1993)
But she stayed well and was one of the toughest horses to set hoof on turf.
The Sun (2009)
People forget that a goalkeeper's clearance should be an important pass, not a hoof upfield.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
And the sound of horses' hooves?
The Sun (2010)
I remember seeing her riding hat afterwards: there was a great hoof print on it.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
She was galloping across a field and her horse put a hoof down a rabbit hole.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The first film opens conventionally enough with thundering horses' hooves.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
They are generally to be seen walking behind cattle and picking up insects that the animals' hooves disturb in the grass.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
One after another they leapt from the trailer, straight over the ramp, in an instant printing their proud hooves in the receiving earth.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
If two call you a donkey, check for hoof prints.
Christianity Today (2000)
Our horses' hooves clicked on the limestone and lava.
Bruce Feiler WALKING THE BIBLE (2001)

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'hoof' in Other Languages

British English: hoof NOUN
The hooves of an animal such as a horse are the hard lower parts of its feet.
The horses' hooves often could not get a proper grip.
  • American English: hoof
  • Brazilian Portuguese: casco
  • Chinese: > 蹄马等动物的
  • European Spanish: pezuña
  • French: sabot
  • German: Huf
  • Italian: zoccolo
  • Japanese: ひづめ
  • Korean: 말굽
  • European Portuguese: casco
  • Spanish: pezuña

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