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  1. corral

    • IPA[kəˈrɑːl]

    英式

    • v.
      gather together and confine (a group of people or things);put or keep (livestock) in a corral
    • n.
      a pen for livestock, especially cattle or horses, on a farm or ranch;a defensive enclosure formed of wagons in an encampment.
    • verb: corral, 3rd person present: corrals, gerund or present participle: corralling, past tense: corralled, past participle: corralled

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. gather together and confine (a group of people or things) the organizers were corralling the crowd into marching formation
    • 2. North American put or keep (livestock) in a corral sheep and goats grazed the plains during the day but they were corralled at night
    • historical form (wagons) into a corral the wagons, in forming the encampment, were corralled

    名詞

    • 1. North American a pen for livestock, especially cattle or horses, on a farm or ranch he was galloping a pony very fast round a tiny corral
    • North American a defensive enclosure formed of wagons in an encampment.