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gallop 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈgaləp/,
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gallops, plural;
  1. (of a horse) Go at the pace of a gallop

  2. Make (a horse) gallop
    • - Fred galloped the horse off to the start
  3. (of a person) Run fast and rather boisterously

  4. (of a process or time) Progress rapidly in a seemingly uncontrollable manner
    • - panic about the deadline galloping toward them
    • - galloping inflation
Noun
  1. The fastest pace of a horse or other quadruped, with all the feet off the ground together in each stride
    • - the horse broke into a furious gallop
    • - riding at full gallop
  2. A ride on a horse at this pace
    • - Will went for a gallop on the beach
  3. A very fast pace of running or moving


  1. ride at a galloping pace; "He was galloping down the road"
  2. a fast gait of a horse; a two-beat stride during which all four legs are off the ground simultaneously
  3. cause to move at full gallop; "Did you gallop the horse just now?"
  4. A gallop is a drum beat typically used in metal songs, mostly using a double kick pedal (but can also be played with a single pedal). The gallop is usually formed around this skeleton: H- x---x---x---x---| S- ----o-------o---| B- o-ooo-ooo-ooo-oo|
  5. Pokémon has 493 (as of Pokémon Diamond and Pearl) distinctive fictional species classified as the titular Pokémon. ...
  6. (Galloping) Horse gaits are the various ways in which a horse can move, either naturally or as a result of specialized training by humans.Ensminger, M. E. Horses and Horsemanship 6th edition USA: Interstate Publishers 1990 ISBN 0-8134-2883-1 p. 65-66
  7. A three-beated gait in which all four feet are never on the ground together. This is the fastest camelid gait. See more information on gaits.
  8. Four-beated gait of the horse, in which each foot touches the ground separately, as opposed to the canter, which is a three-beat gait.
  9. Three beated high-speed gait
  10. The customary gait a horse chooses when returning home.
  11. The fastest of the four natural gaits of a horse. This is a four beat gait.
  12. Fastest of the dog gaits, has a four beat rhythm and often an extra period of suspension during which the body is propelled through the air with all four feet off the ground.
  13. a sliding step whereby the body is propelled through space in an uneven rhythm, so the same foot is always leading.
  14. A type of gait, a fast canter. Also, to ride a horse at that gait.
  15. The gallop is a four time movement with four rapid beats to each stride. This is the pace race horses use.
  16. The gallop is the fastest natural gait. It has four footfalls per stride and is the gait of choice for racehorses. Due to the power needed to gallop, most horses cannot gallop for more than about a mile and a half. Racehorses on longer courses can go for a couple of miles. ...
  17. The fastest pace of a horse, with all the feet off the ground together in each stride.
  18. An easy race or workout, completed without a rider's urging.
  19. The gallop was made famous by Iron Maiden, and is often a culmination of all instruments--but most specifically the bass and guitars. The guitars use a rapid-chug effect (occasionally palmed or muted), which the bass playing is of a similar variety (again, see Steve Harris's playing). ...
  20. The very fastest gait, a loping motion, and never to be used in the ring.
  21. A gait that is similar to a canter, except that it is faster, more ground-covering, and four beats rather than three. A gallop is the gait of classic horse races.
  22. The gallop is a three beat gait ridden at various speeds. A slow gallop is comfortable for the rider. Most horses like a fast gallop.
  23. a horse gait equalling 30 to 40 miles per hour (48 to 64 km per hour)
  24. This is basically running and is a horse's fastest gait.
  25. HORSE + (2h)[V] are held DH in front of NDH and bend and move as if galloping. For a QuickTime movie of this sign, see ASL browser - gallop.