Translation of rump in Spanish:

rump

grupa, n.

Pronunciation: /rəmp//rʌmp/

noun

  • 1

    (of horse) grupa feminine
    (feminine plural) (of horse) ancas
    (of bird) rabadilla feminine
    • All captive-bred reintroduced ferrets are tagged with two passive integrated transponder chips under the skin of their necks and rumps, and are therefore individually identifiable.
    • Braising is a cooking method usually used for tougher cuts of meat, such as pot roasts, rumps, shanks and ribs.
    • All yellowhammers have striking, rusty-coloured, unstreaked rumps which are most attractive.
    • It's very easy to tame and a very beautiful bird, with its snowy white rump and a chestnut coat.
    • Other mains - such as grilled marinated poussin with couscous, specialty bangers and mash, rump of lamb on a sweet-potato stack - are straightforward enough that I am confident they would be as good.
    • Drifts of sea pinks coloured the soft grass of the cliff tops and house martins zipped by flashing their pure white rumps.
    • For more than a generation it served up sumptuous T-bones, porterhouse and rumps to an ever-hungry clientele.
    • I had the rump of veal with garlic and almond crumb, truffle mash, crispy sweetbread and a Madeira sauce.
    • Deer with white rumps bounced over the road and bobbed up one flank and into conifers.
    • In flight, they show gray and white underwings, solid gray upperwings, white rumps, and gray tails.
    • Females are lighter brown all over, with buff-colored mottling and gray rumps.
    • Their bellies and flanks are white, and their rumps are black.
    • He grew up on a farm and had spent his share of time behind a plow staring at the rumps of horses.
    • Killdeers have brown upperparts, white underparts, and orange rumps.
    • First-year males typically have rusty heads and rumps, but are not as red overall as mature males.
    • The bramblings are readily distinguished by dazzling white rumps.
    • Gerrard slapped the horse on the rump, sending Pride into a quick trot.
    • Echimyids earn their common name because most species have spiny or bristly hairs at least on their backs and rumps.
    • The rest of the time pandas communicate through scent marking - rubbing scent-producing glands on their rumps against objects - a behavior also seen in captivity.
    • They have a strongly undulating flight pattern, and they can be easily identified in flight by this pattern and their prominent white rumps.
  • 2

    Cooking
    cadera feminine
    cuadril masculine River Plate
  • 3informal, humorous

    (bottom)
    trasero masculine informal
    culo masculine informal vulgar slang
    traste masculine informal
    • He finally allows his eyes to wander over the rumps of his female colleagues.
    • The strong hand around his thick neck loosened and his rump landed on the ground.
    • We dive, tumble and slide on our rumps down a mud shoot.
    • Perhaps the end of our affair with TV chefs will mean we actually get off our rumps to make a bit more effort in the kitchen.
  • 4

    (remnant)
    resto masculine
    the rump of the defeated army lo que quedaba del ejército derrotado
    • there was just a rump left quedaban solo unos pocos
    • This rump business is involved in a High Court case and is valued by stockbrokers at only 10 cent per share.
    • We are reliably informed that the Senate may take up the bill in its rump session, scheduled to start Tuesday.
    • The party moved from a landslide majority with 400 seats in 1906 to a rump of 40 MPs just eighteen years later.
    • No longer the center of an empire, it has become the impoverished capital of a monoglot rump state.
    • David has tried to explain things, but unfortunately, there's a lot of people in our party who don't want things explained and there's a rump who won't face the facts of political life.
    • Congress promises to resurrect both issues when it returns next week for a non-voting rump session.
    • Meanwhile he ruled over a French rump state based in the spa town of Vichy.
    • The rump states of Hungary and Austria survived, though their small size encouraged large-scale resentment and the rise of Fascism in subsequent years.
    • It is not clear how seriously this matter - which has been raised in a rump session - is being taken.
    • He vacillates between serving a rump nationalist constituency and seeking closer ties with the international community.
    • In a tranche of proposed constitutional reforms, it voted to remove hereditary peers from the House of Lords, with only a rump of 92 remaining in the year 2000.
    • Frantic efforts by the rump Soviet state to reform its armed forces and rebuild its shattered economy resulted in a remarkable revival in the later part of 1942.
    • The new Liberal Unionist group he attached himself to never made it up with the rump of the Liberal Party, and eventually allied with the Conservatives.
    • How many more defeats must there be before we realise there need to be fundamental changes in our approach or else the party will be reduced to a rump, not just in Scotland, but in Wales and the north of England?
    • The rump was that part of the factory not modernised by new investment.
    • All the men speak repeatedly of the dismemberment of Yugoslavia but only the Serbs continue to call their rump state by that name.
    • The misnamed Moderates, the right wing union faction that has dominated civil service unions for decades, are reduced to a rump with only four seats.
    • A rump force of 200 is holed up in a town near the Iranian border.
    • The upshot will be a two-class university system, with elite institutions for those who can afford to pay, and poorly-funded rump universities for the rest.
    • Having been reduced to a rump of six seats in 1999, the Nationals have made a desperate bid for survival by refusing to sign a coalition agreement with the Liberals.