English - Vietnamese Dictionary
gallop /'gæləp/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- ((thường) + through, over) nói nhanh; đọc nhanh
- to gallop through one's speech: nói thật nhanh cho hết bài diễn thuyết
- chạy nhanh, tiến triển nhanh
- galloping consumption: lao phổi tiến triển nhanh, lao tẩu mã
gallops|galloped|galloping'gæləpAdvanced English Dictionary
+a fast gait of a horse; a two-beat stride during which all four legs are off the ground simultaneously
+ride at a galloping pace
+go at galloping speed
+cause to move at full gallop
verb, nounCollocation Dictionary
+ verb [usually +adv./prep.]
1 [V] when a horse or similar animal gallops, it moves very fast and each STRIDE includes a stage when all four feet are off the ground together: The terrified horse galloped off. + The ponies galloped along the sand.
2 to ride a horse very fast, usually at a gallop: [V] Jo galloped across the field towards him. + [VN] He galloped his horse home.
3 [V] (informal) (of a person) to run very quickly: She came galloping down the street.
1 [sing.] the fastest speed at which a horse can run, with a stage in which all four feet are off the ground together: He rode off at a gallop. + My horse suddenly broke into a gallop.
2 [C] a ride on a horse at its fastest speed: to go for a gallop
3 [sing.] an unusually fast speed: She always lives life at a gallop.
fast, good, head-down, mad | steady
VERB + GALLOP
The horses broke into a mad gallop when they heard the gunshot.
at a ~
They reached the farm at a gallop.
| into a ~
The noise startled the horse into a gallop.
| ~ through
(figurative) The programme starts with a gallop through the history of the railway.
at full gallop
riders coming at full gallop
Random quote: I want you to be everything that's you, deep at the center of your being.: ConfuciusLatest queries: humor, chaplet, conserve, hump, humpback whale, worried, deconstruct, hunch, sense, hyper-, hyperbole, sphagnum, idiosyncratic, ignoble, admire, greyhound, images, misbehavior, imitator, gallop,