Translation of sheepfold in Spanish:

sheepfold

redil, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʃiːpfəʊld//ˈʃipˌfoʊld/

noun

  • 1

    redil masculine
    • I am merely a sheep, wishing to return to the sheepfold.
    • Derelict sheepfolds were like empty agricultural rooms.
    • Go through the derelict farm, through a sheepfold, and follow the Shalloch Burn which is crossed on a girder bridge about a quarter of a mile beyond the farm.
    • The notion is that of sheep being gathered into the sheepfold.
    • The dogs were sympathetic to this proposal, so the wolves, making their way inside the sheepfold, tore the dogs to pieces.
    • They will share with us their wealth in livestock and their knowledge of the sheepfolds and pastures as we will share the bounty of the barley field and vineyards.
    • Everyday features of the countryside from sheepfolds to packhorse bridges carry all kinds of fascinating clues about how man's activities have shaped the Lake District landscape.
    • At a sheepfold the track loses its companion walls and stone surface and diminishes to a narrow path with railway sleepers over the numerous spring fed rivulets.
    • Jesus told the people that whoever entered the sheepfold by any route other than the gate was a thief.
    • The viewing platform resembles a raised circular sheepfold and is surmounted by a weathervane depicting a front-load tractor.
    • In particular, they believed that the time was ripe for the fulfilment of an ancient prophecy: soon there would be ‘one sheepfold and one shepherd’.
    • One is a cracked mud floor made from local earth, another a stone sheepfold bisected by the museum's French doors, half of it indoors and half in the open air.
    • No, what is required is something contemporary, a song that at least emerged from the confusion of modern, urban Scotland, that sings of the streets rather than the rivers and sheepfolds.
    • Mary works mainly in pencil and watercolours and creates linocuts prints - her particular favourites being of old barns and sheepfolds.
    • The problem was timorous shepherds who failed to protect the flock, and especially the lambs, fearing to confront the wolves admitted to the sheepfold.
    • He knew the fields and the woods, the wild creatures and the birds; he knew how to plough and to reap; he could keep an allotment full of vegetables all the year round; he understood a stable and a dairy, a paddock and sheepfold.
    • Within the northern compound is a rectangular structure, probably a post-medieval sheepfold.
    • It also holds information on historic buildings, listed and unlisted, and landscape features, such as sheepfolds and dry stone walls.
    • In the fourth millennium BC it was divided into two sections by means of a wall, the outer section being used as a sheepfold and the inner as a living area.
    • After covering twice the required distance on the first day, we decided to cheat a bit and inquired at a remote farmhouse about purchasing food and spending the night in the sheepfold.