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English translation of 'Huf'

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[huːf ]
masculine nounWord forms: Huf(e)s genitive , Hufe plural
einem Pferd die Hufe beschlagen to shoe a horse

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Example Sentences Including 'Huf'

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Das war die Stute, die mit einem Huf gegen die Wand schlug und damit nicht eher aufhören würde, als bis er bei ihr war.
David, Wolfgang Brennaburg
Der " Huf , der den Premier aus dem Amt kicken könnte ", so der Tory-Abgeordnete John Carlisle, " hat sich hinter ihm bereits gehoben ".
Der Spiegel
Wie ein Huf berührt er zur Zeit die Erde, in schriller, gut gespielter Demut.
Jelinek, Elfriede O Wildnis, o Schutz vor ihr

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'Huf' 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


Translation of Huf from the Collins German to English
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