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  1. paddock

    • IPA[ˈpadək]

    英式

    • n.
      a small field or enclosure where horses are kept or exercised.;an enclosure adjoining a racecourse or track where horses or cars are gathered and displayed before a race
    • v.
      keep (a horse) in a paddock
    • verb: paddock, 3rd person present: paddocks, gerund or present participle: paddocking, past tense: paddocked, past participle: paddocked

    • noun: paddock, plural noun: paddocks

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    名詞

    • 1. a small field or enclosure where horses are kept or exercised.
    • an enclosure adjoining a racecourse or track where horses or cars are gathered and displayed before a race I went across the course to see the horses in the paddock
    • a field or plot of land enclosed by fencing or defined by natural boundaries the sheep have returned to their previously grazed paddocks

    動詞

    • 1. keep (a horse) in a paddock horses paddocked on a hillside
    • n.
      a paddock next to a farmhouse: we had great fun riding his little bike around the home paddock

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an old car, often unregistered, used solely for driving round farmland or wild countryside: the old Austin A30 was now a paddock bomb

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a paddock in which sheep or cattle are kept prior to shearing, branding, etc.: the animals were moved along remote stock routes, and kept for a while in holding paddocks

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    • n.
      an area of land where cows are kept: we drove past endless cow paddocks that used to be natural habitat

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a public road bordered by grass on which cattle may graze: the townsfolk would run their milking cows on the long paddock alongside the stream

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    • n.
      (on a cattle or sheep station) a paddock that is distant from the station homestead: my first job was to fix the sheep fence in the back paddock

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    • n.
      an enclosure in which calves are isolated from their mothers until they have been weaned: he walked through the heifer paddock looking for potential problems

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    • n.
      an area of farmland reserved for the growing of crops: I was put to work ploughing a large newly cleared cultivation paddock

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    • IPA[ˈpadək]

    美式

    • n.
      a small field or enclosure where horses are kept or exercised.
    • v.
      keep or enclose (a horse) in a paddock: horses paddocked on a hillside

    Oxford American Dictionary