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It does mean an almost complete absence of signposts because anyone on foot or on horseback already knows where they are going. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The first time we met, we went horseback riding. Christianity Today (2000)The area is blessed with a network of ancient green lanes, used for centuries by people on foot and on horseback. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And I had her go to a camp that she loved and learn horseback riding and make new friends. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Animal spotting aside, there are dozens of other activities, from mountain biking to horseback rides. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Explore the rugged landscape of New Mexico on foot or on horseback. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There's no better setup than the Oklahoma plains for a spot of authentic horseback riding. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Take a helicopter tour of volcanoes, horseback ride through wild tropical orchards, or view exotic fish through a snorkel mask. The Sun (2007)A young farmer, whether on horseback or on foot, is the very last sort of person to raise my curiosity. Jane Austen Emma (1815)

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Translations for 'horseback'

British English: horseback NOUN
If you do something on horseback, you do it while riding a horse.
In remote mountain areas, voters arrived on horseback.
  • American English: horseback
  • Brazilian Portuguese: costas do cavalo
  • Chinese: 马背
  • European Spanish: a caballo
  • French: dos de cheval
  • German: zu Pferd
  • Italian: groppa di cavallo
  • Japanese: ウマの背
  • Korean: 말등
  • European Portuguese: costas do cavalo
  • Spanish: a caballo
British English: horseback ADJECTIVE
A horseback ride is a ride on a horse.
...a horseback ride into the mountains.
  • American English: horseback
  • Brazilian Portuguese: a cavalo
  • Chinese: 马背
  • European Spanish: a caballo
  • French: à cheval
  • German: zu Pferd
  • Italian: a cavallo
  • Japanese: 馬に乗った
  • Korean: 말을 타고
  • European Portuguese: a cavalo
  • Spanish: a caballo

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