Noun: лошадь конь конница кавалерия
Adjective: конный конский лошадиный грубый
Verb: ехать верхом садиться на лошадь поставлять лошадей


horse blanket - попона

to buy a white horse - транжирить деньги

horse breeding - разведение лошадей

a horse covers a mare - жеребец покрывает кобылу

to draw a horse - рисовать лошадь

horse dung - лошадиный навоз

the horse-and-buggy era - доавтомобильная эпоха, эпоха извозчиков

thoroughbred horse - чистокровная лошадь

wild horse - дикая лошадь

to hobble a horse - стреноживать лошадь

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He is as strong as a horse. - Он силён, как лошадь. (На русском языке обычно говорят: "силён, как бык")

Caparison my horse. - Седлай моего коня!

He jumped his horse. - Он заставил лошадь прыгнуть.

The horse is in form. - Лошадь вполне подготовлена к бегам.

a fall from a horse - падение с лошади

The horse spilled him. - Лошадь сбросила его.

a car with 275 horses - автомобиль мощностью в 275 лошадиных сил

The horse paced. - Лошадь шла иноходью.

Royal Horse Guards - Королевский конногвардейский полк

His horse won by a head. - Его лошадь выиграла на голову. (о скачках)

This horse trots foul. - У этой лошади неровный шаг.

He pushed his horse on. - Он пришпорил свою лошадь.

Did your horse come up? - Твоя лошадь выиграла?

The horse nosed my hand. - Лошадь уткнулась носом в мою руку.

Our horse won by a neck. - Наша лошадь выиграла с минимальным преимуществом.

The horse won by a neck. - Лошадь выиграла на голову.

A horse trotted past us. - Мимо нас рысью пробежала лошадь.

The horse threw its rider. - Лошадь сбросила своего седока.

The horse covers the mare. - Конь покрывает кобылу.

His horse led by a length. - Его лошадь шла на корпус впереди других.

cross a horse and a donkey - скрестить лошадь и осла

pull one's horse to a stand - остановить свою лошадь

The horse reared in terror. - От страха лошадь встала на дыбы.

He patted his horse's neck. - Он похлопал лошадь по шее.

His horse pawed the ground. - Его конь забил копытом.

The horse is a 10 – 1 shot. - У этой лошади шансы на выигрыш 10 к 1-му.

She trotted the horse home. - Она направила лошадь рысью домой.

The horse hurdled the fence. - Лошадь перепрыгнула через препятствие.

I heard the horse whinnying. - Я услышал, что лошадь заржала.

The horse was tough to break - Лошадь было трудно объездить.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you horse around, you play roughly and rather carelessly, so that you could hurt someone or damage something.

Связанные термины:

horse fly: any bloodsucking, usually large fly of the family Tabanidae, esp. of the genus Tabanus, a serious pest of horses, cattle, etc

one-horse: If someone describes a town as a one-horse town, they mean it is very small, dull, and old-fashioned .

sea horse: any marine teleost fish of the temperate and tropical genus Hippocampus, having a bony-plated body, a prehensile tail, and a horselike head and swimming in an upright position: family Syngnathidae ( pipefishes )

to horse!: an order to mount horses

two-horse: If you describe a contest as a two-horse race, you mean that only two of the people or things taking part have any chance of winning .

war horse: a horse used in battle; charger

cart horse: a strong horse bred to draw heavy loads ; draft horse

coach horse: a horse, usually strong and heavily built, for drawing a coach

Crazy Horse: Native American name Ta-Sunko-Witko . ?1849–77, Sioux chief, remembered for his attempts to resist White settlement in Sioux territory

dark horse: If you describe someone as a dark horse, you mean that people know very little about them, although they may have recently had success or may be about to have success.

dead horse: something that has ceased to be useful or relevant

dray horse: a draft horse used for pulling a dray

gift horse: → don't look a gift horse in the mouth

high horse: → to get on your high horse

hobby-horse: You describe a subject or idea as your hobby-horse if you have strong feelings on it and like talking about it whenever you have the opportunity .

horse bean: an erect annual Eurasian bean plant, Vicia faba, cultivated for its large edible flattened seeds, used as a vegetable

horse brass: a decorative brass ornament, usually circular, originally attached to a horse's harness

horse corn: field corn

horse-drawn: A horse-drawn carriage, cart, or other vehicle is one that is pulled by one or more horses.

Horse Guard: a special cavalry brigade assigned to the British royal household

horse laugh: a coarse, mocking, or raucous laugh ; guffaw

horse opera: → western (sense 6 )

horse race: an organized race between jockeys and their mounts

horse rider: a person riding a horse

horse sense: common sense

horse show: A horse show is a sporting event in which people riding horses compete in order to demonstrate their skill and control .

horse-trade: to buy and sell horses

iron horse: a steam-driven railway locomotive

light horse: lightly armed and highly mobile cavalry

pack horse: a horse used to transport goods, equipment, etc

pole horse: a horse harnessed alongside the shaft ( pole ) of a vehicle

post horse: ( formerly ) a horse kept at an inn or post house for use by postriders or for hire to travellers

river horse: → hippopotamus

shire horse: a large heavy breed of carthorse with long hair on the fetlocks

side horse: → pommel horse

trial horse: an opponent who performs against a superior foe in a workout or exhibition

wheel horse: the horse, or one of the horses, harnessed nearest the front wheels of a vehicle

white horse: the outline of a horse carved into the side of a chalk hill, usually dating to the Neolithic, Bronze, or Iron Ages, such as that at Uffington, Berkshire

wild horse: a horse ( Equus caballus ) that has become feral

Barbary horse: a breed of horse of North African origin, similar to the Arab but less spirited

charley horse: muscle stiffness or cramp following strenuous athletic exercise

clothes horse: A clothes horse is a folding frame used inside someone's house to hang washing on while it dries .

cutting horse: a saddle horse trained for use in separating an individual animal, such as a cow, from a herd

harness horse: a horse used for pulling vehicles

horse around: If you horse around, you play roughly and rather carelessly, so that you could hurt someone or damage something.

horse-breaker: a person who breaks in a horse

horse breeder: a person who breeds horses

horse-collar: a band of leather or rope placed around a horse's neck to restrain or harness it

horse-dealer: a person who buys and sells horses as a profession

horse-doctor: an informal word for a vet who specializes in treating horses

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Однокоренные слова:

horse around - дурачиться, возиться, шуметь

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