Translation of longhorn in Spanish:

longhorn

longhorn, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈlɒŋhɔːn//ˈlɔŋˌhɔrn/

noun

  • 1

    (masculine and feminine) longhorn
    • The cemetery grounds border pastureland, and visitors share the pastoral settings with horses, Texas longhorns and occasionally, wild deer.
    • Papa was a businessman, not a rancher, but often when I think of him, I think about the longhorns.
    • Well, I am from Texas, where longhorns - cattle, that is - are indeed common, so perhaps the image is not entirely inappropriate.
    • I looked up to see a brown-and-white longhorn staring at me.
    • The cattle judges were from a federal agency that knew all cattle and not just the longhorns and shorthorns.
    • The ranch has its longhorns and horses along with a variety of small animals for the children to visit.
    • The white longhorns have remained isolated and untouched next to Chillingham Castle in Northumberland since they were first penned into their park in 1260.
    • His office walls in the state capital, Austin, sport a pair of riding chaps, his Pioneer medallion and the head of a deceased longhorn.
    • They were the first longhorns in the territory and Elisha kept them hidden in a back pasture so he wouldn't be laughed at for spending money on the rangy beasts.
    • A longhorn was discovered bedded down in a thicket.
    • He'd passed a herd of longhorns a curve-and-a-half back, along with those silly looking mini-donkeys he'd gaped at fifteen years ago.
    • Watch out for the cowboys and the longhorns at Pioneer Plaza.
    • The Texan immediately says, ‘We have longhorns that are at least twice as large as your cows’.