English-Spanish translation of horse

Translation of the word horse from english to spanish, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

horse in Spanish

horse
sports - gymnasticsnoun potro con arzón [m]
  zoologynoun caballo [m]
Synonyms for horse
Derived terms of horse
cart horse, hobbyhorse, horse around, horse bean, horse chestnut, horse fly, horse race, horse racing, horse riding, horsebean, horse-drawn, horsefly, horsehair, horseman, horsemanship, horsemeat, horseplay, horsepower, horseradish, horseshoe, horsewhip, horsewoman, on horseback, packhorse, racehorse, rocking horse, sea horse, Trojan horse, vaulting horse, wild horse, horseflesh, horsetail, stock of horses, ahorse, ahorseback, american saddle horse, asian horseshoe crab, carthorse, cavalry horse, charley-horse
charley horse, clotheshorse, coach horse, cockhorse, common horsetail, crazy horse, dark horse, dawn horse, draft horse, draught horse, dray horse, drayhorse, farm horse, female horse, field horsetail, four horsemen, gift horse, gymnastic horse, harness horse, high horse, horse's foot, horse's hoof, horse-and-buggy, horse-brier, horse-cart, horse-chestnut family, horse-drawn vehicle, horse-head, horse-like, horse-pistol, horse-race, horse-trade, horse-trail, horse balm, horse barn, horse blanket, horse botfly, horse breeding, horse brier, horse cart, horse cassia, horse cavalry, horse doctor, horse fancier, horse gentian, horse grain, horse gram, horse latitude, horse mackerel, horse manure, horse mushroom, horse nettle, horse of the wood, horse opera, horse parsley, horse pistol, horse radish, horse sense, horse thistle, horse tick, horse trade, horse trader, horse trading, horse wrangler, horseback, horseback rider, horseback riding, horsebox, horsecar, horsecloth, horsefish, horsefly weed, horsehair fabric, horsehair lichen, horsehair wig, horsehead, horsehide, horselaugh, horseleech, horseless carriage, horselike, horsemint, horsepond, horsepower-hour, horseradish peroxidase, horseradish root, horseradish sauce, horseshoe arch, horseshoe bat, horseshoe crab, horseshoe falls, horseshoe vetch, horseshoe whipsnake, horseshoer, horseshoes, horseshow, horsetail family, horsetail lichen, horsetail milkweed, horseweed, horsewhipping, horsey set, iron horse, lighthorse harry lee, long horse, male horse, man-on-a-horse, marsh horsetail, one-horse, orange horseshoe bat, plantation walking horse, plough horse, plow horse, pole horse, pommel horse, post-horse, post horse, przevalski's horse, przewalski's horse, quarter horse, race horse, redhorse, redhorse sucker, ride horseback, riding horse, river horse, rough horsetail, saddle horse, sawhorse, seahorse, shire horse, side horse, stalking-horse, stick horse, studhorse, swamp horsetail, tennessee walking horse, three-year-old horse, towel horse, trotting horse, two-year-old horse, unhorse, variegated horsetail, walking horse, warhorse, water horsetail, wheel horse, white horse, white horse nettle, whitehorse, wood horsetail, wooden horse, workhorse
Anagrams of horse
Examples with translation
It's lonely in the saddle since the horse died.
Can you ride a horse?
When you speak of a pay-raise before recognition, I am inclined to think you are putting the cart before the horse.
Before the horse race begins, the jockeys grip the reins tightly to restrain the impatient horses.
A horse passed my house.
Tom boasts of never having been defeated in a horse race.
The old man prefers horse carriages to cars.
The horse stopped and wouldn't move.
The horse broke its neck when it fell.
The boy rode a horse for the first time.
Can I ride this horse for a while?
This horse kicks when anyone comes up from behind.
Don't you think you're putting the cart before the horse?
Persuading my father first is putting the cart before the horse.
I bet ten dollars on that horse.
I like to ride a horse now and then.
I can ride a horse.
I am training a horse for the race.
I can ride a horse, too.
Some say society should be corrected first, but that is to put the cart before the horse.
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Definitions of horse
noun
1. horse - solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times
  equid, equine hoofed mammals having slender legs and a flat coat with a narrow mane along the back of the neck
  equus, genus equus type genus of the Equidae: only surviving genus of the family Equidae
  encolure the mane of a horse
  horseback the back of a horse
  horse's foot the hoof of a horse
  roan a horse having a brownish coat thickly sprinkled with white or gray
  stable companion, stablemate a horse stabled with another or one of several horses owned by the same person
  gee-gee a word for horse used by children or in adult slang
  dawn horse, eohippus earliest horse; extinct primitive dog-sized four-toed Eocene animal
  mesohippus North American three-toed Oligocene animal; probably not directly ancestral to modern horses
  protohippus Pliocene horse approaching donkeys in size
  foal a young horse
  male horse the male of species Equus caballus
  female horse, mare female equine animal
  riding horse, saddle horse, mount a lightweight horse kept for riding only
  pony a range horse of the western United States
  polo pony a small agile horse specially bred and trained for playing polo
  wild horse undomesticated or feral domestic horse
  hack a saddle horse used for transportation rather than sport etc.
  nag, jade, plug, hack a semiprecious gemstone that takes a high polish; is usually green but sometimes whitish; consists of jadeite or nephrite
  pony a range horse of the western United States
  bangtail, race horse, racehorse a horse bred for racing
  steeplechaser a horse trained to run in steeplechases
  stalking-horse a horse behind which a hunter hides while stalking game
  harness horse horse used for pulling vehicles
  workhorse a horse used for plowing and hauling and other heavy labor
  post-horse, post horse, poster a horse kept at an inn or post house for use by mail carriers or for rent to travelers
  pacer a horse trained to a special gait in which both feet on one side leave the ground together
  high stepper, stepper a horse trained to lift its feet high off the ground while walking or trotting
  chestnut a dark golden-brown or reddish-brown horse
  liver chestnut a solid dark brown horse
  bay a horse of a moderate reddish-brown color
  sorrel a horse of a brownish orange to light brown color
  palomino a horse of light tan or golden color with cream-colored or white mane and tail
  pinto a spotted or calico horse or pony
  withers the highest part of the back at the base of the neck of various animals especially draft animals
  gaskin lower part of a horse's thigh between the hock and the stifle
  poll the counting of votes (as in an election)
  horseflesh, horsemeat the flesh of horses as food
2. horse - a padded gymnastic apparatus on legs
  exerciser, gymnastic apparatus sports equipment used in gymnastic exercises
  pommel horse, side horse a gymnastic horse with a cylindrical body covered with leather and two upright handles (pommels) near the center; held upright by two steel supports, one at each end
  long horse, vaulting horse, buck a gymnastic horse without pommels and with one end elongated; used lengthwise for vaulting
verb
1. horse - provide with a horse or horses
  cater, supply, ply, provide supply food ready to eat; for parties and banquets
  remount provide with fresh horses; "remount a regiment"
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Wiki
The horse (Equus ferus caballus) is a hooved mammal, a subspecies of the family Equidae. The horse has evolved over the past 45 to 55 million years from a small multi-toed creature into the large, single-toed animal of today. Humans began to domesticate horses around 4000 BCE, and their domestication is believed to have been widespread by 3000 BCE.

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