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English translation of 'equino'

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equino

adjective
equinehorse (before noun)
masculine noun
1.  (caballo) horse
(carne de) equino horsemeat
2.  [de mar] sea urchin

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Example Sentences Including 'equino'

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El peso del equino aplastó el coche y causó la muerte a sus tres ocupantes.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
Pierde el ganado vacuno; ganan el equino , el porcino y, en especial, el lanar.
Ramón Garrabou & Jesús Sanz Historia agraria de la España contemporánea. Vol 2. Expansión y crisis
Según Blázquez, con la compra del equino " nunca hubo un riesgo económico importante ".
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)

Trends of 'equino'

Used Occasionally. equino is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'equino' in Other Languages

British English: equine ADJECTIVE
Equine means connected with or relating to horses.
...an outbreak of equine influenza.
  • American English: equine
  • Brazilian Portuguese: equino
  • Chinese: 马的
  • European Spanish: equino
  • French: chevalin
  • German: Pferde-
  • Italian: equino
  • Japanese: 馬の
  • Korean: 말의
  • European Portuguese: equino
  • Spanish: equino

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Translation of equino from the Collins Spanish to English
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