trot [tʀo]
masculine noun
[de cheval] trot
• petit/grand trot jog/full trot
• trot assis/enlevé close/rising trot
• aller au trot to trot along
• vas-y, et au trot ! (inf) off you go, and be quick about it!
• partir au trot to set off at a trot
• prendre le trot to break into a trot
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nom masculin (de cheval) trot

au trot! — lit trot on!; fig at the double GB, on the double US

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tʀo nm

aller au trot — to trot along

partir au trot — to set off at a trot

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trot nm Équit trot; partir au trot to set off at a trot; faire du trot to trot; aller au trot to trot along; au trot! Équit trot on!; fig at the double GB, on the double US; ⇒ petit.
trot allongé Équit extended trot; trot assis Équit sitting trot; trot attelé Équit harness race; trot enlevé Équit rising trot; trot monté Équit trotting race under saddle; trot de travail Équit working trot.
[tro] nom masculin
ÉQUITATION trot, trotting
trot assis/enlevé sitting/rising trot
trot attelé trotting (with a sulky)
trot monté saddle-trot, saddle-trotting
au trot locution adverbiale
1. ÉQUITATION at a trot ou trotting pace
au petit trot at a jogging pace
2. (familier) [vite] on the double
allez, et au trot! come on, jump to it!

Dictionnaire Français-Anglais. 2013.

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