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Pasture

  • 1 pasture

    noun
    (a field or area of ground cove-red with grass for cattle etc to eat: The horses were out in the pasture.) pasto
    pasture n pasto
    pasture
    tr['pɑːsʧəSMALLr/SMALL]
    noun
    1 pasto
    transitive verb
    1 apacentar, pastar
    intransitive verb
    1 pacer, pastar
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    to move on to pastures new buscar nuevos horizontes
    to put cattle out to pasture pastorear el ganado, apacentar el ganado
    pasture ['pæsʧər] v, -tured ; -turing vi
    graze: pacer, pastar
    pasture vt
    : apacentar, pastar
    pasture n
    : pastizal m, potrero m, pasto m
    pasture
    n.
    apacentadero s.m.
    dehesa s.f.
    herbaje s.m.
    hierba s.f.
    pasto s.m.
    pastura s.f.
    prado s.m.
    redonda s.f.
    v.
    apacentar v.
    campear v.
    herbajear v.
    pacer v.
    pastorear v.

    I 'pæstʃər, 'pɑːstʃə(r)
    noun
    a) u (grazing land) pastos mpl
    b) c (tract of grazing land) prado m, potrero m (AmL)

    to move on to pastures new — cambiar de aires, buscar* nuevos horizontes

    to put somebody out to pasture — jubilar a alguien (fam)

    c) u (grass) pasto m, pastura f; (before n)

    pasture land — tierra f de pastoreo, pradera f


    II
    transitive verb apacentar*, pastar
    ['pɑːstʃǝ(r)]
    1.
    N (=field) pasto m , prado m ; (=pastureland) tierra(s) f(pl) de pastoreo

    to put animals out to pasture — apacentar or pastorear el ganado

    they're putting me out to pasture — (fig) hum me echan al pasto (como a caballo viejo)

    - seek pastures new
    2.
    VT [+ animals] apacentar, pastorear; [+ grass] comer, pacer
    3.
    VI pastar, pacer
    * * *

    I ['pæstʃər, 'pɑːstʃə(r)]
    noun
    a) u (grazing land) pastos mpl
    b) c (tract of grazing land) prado m, potrero m (AmL)

    to move on to pastures new — cambiar de aires, buscar* nuevos horizontes

    to put somebody out to pasture — jubilar a alguien (fam)

    c) u (grass) pasto m, pastura f; (before n)

    pasture land — tierra f de pastoreo, pradera f


    II
    transitive verb apacentar*, pastar

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 2 pasture

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    [English Word] be taken to pasture
    [Swahili Word] -chungwa
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Class] passive
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] chunga
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    [English Word] pasture
    [Swahili Word] machungani
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 6
    [Derived Word] chunga V
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    [English Word] pasture
    [Swahili Word] malisha
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Derived Word] la
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    [English Word] pasture
    [Swahili Word] malisho
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 6
    [Derived Word] -la V
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    [English Word] pasture
    [Swahili Word] malisho
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Derived Word] la
    [English Example] Each village had its borders and its grasslands and pastures.
    [Swahili Example] Kila kijiji kilikuwa na mipaka yake na mbuga na malisho yake [Masomo 309].
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    [English Word] pasture
    [Swahili Word] malishoni
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Derived Word] la
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    [English Word] pasture
    [English Plural] pastures
    [Swahili Word] machungo
    [Swahili Plural] machungo
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 6/6
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] -chunga
    [English Example] he announced [it] at the markets, at the farms, [from] the pastures to the islands ... [Mganga Pazi p. 3]
    [Swahili Example] alitangaza kwenye masoko, mashamba, machungoni mpaka visiwani ... [Mganga Pazi uk. 3]
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    [English Word] pasture
    [Swahili Word] -lisha
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Class] causative
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] -la
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    [English Word] time when cattle are driven out to pasture (8-9 A.M.)
    [Swahili Word] mafungulia
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Derived Word] funga
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    English-Swahili dictionary

  • 3 pasture

    Англо-русский словарь по экономике и финансам

  • 4 pasture

    I ['pɑːstʃə(r)] [AE 'pæs-]
    nome (land, grass) pascolo m., pastura f.
    ••

    to leave for pastures new — = partire per vedere cose nuove

    to put sb. out to pasture — dare il benservito a qcn

    II 1. ['pɑːstʃə(r)] [AE 'pæs-]
    verbo transitivo pascolare, portare al pascolo
    2.
    verbo intransitivo pascolare
    * * *
    noun
    (a field or area of ground cove-red with grass for cattle etc to eat: The horses were out in the pasture.) pascolo
    * * *
    pasture /ˈpɑ:stʃə(r)/
    n.
    1 [uc] pascolo, pascoli; pastura
    2 [u] pastura; foraggio
    pasture lands, terreni da pascolo; pascoli □ mountain pasture land, alpeggio □ to put cows out to pasture, mandare le mucche al pascolo.
    (to) pasture /ˈpɑ:stʃə(r)/
    A v. i.
    pascolare; pascere (lett.)
    B v. t.
    1 pascolare; portare al pascolo; far pascere
    2 (di terreno) offrire pascolo a (pecore, ecc.).
    * * *
    I ['pɑːstʃə(r)] [AE 'pæs-]
    nome (land, grass) pascolo m., pastura f.
    ••

    to leave for pastures new — = partire per vedere cose nuove

    to put sb. out to pasture — dare il benservito a qcn

    II 1. ['pɑːstʃə(r)] [AE 'pæs-]
    verbo transitivo pascolare, portare al pascolo
    2.
    verbo intransitivo pascolare

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 5 pasture

    English-russian dctionary of contemporary Economics

  • 6 pasture

    noun
    1) (grass) Futter, das; Gras, das
    2) (land) Weideland, das; (piece of land) Weide, die
    3) (fig.)

    in search of pastures new — auf der Suche nach etwas Neuem

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    noun
    (a field or area of ground cove-red with grass for cattle etc to eat: The horses were out in the pasture.) die Weide
    * * *
    pas·ture
    [ˈpɑ:stʃəʳ, AM ˈpæstʃɚ]
    n Weide f, Weideland nt
    to put animals out to \pasture Tiere auf die Weide treiben
    greener \pastures (fig) bessere Möglichkeiten
    \pastures new BRIT (fig)
    new \pastures AM (fig) neue Aufgaben, etwas Neues
    he's off to \pastures new er bricht auf zu neuen Ufern
    she feels like moving to new \pastures ihr steht der Sinn nach einer neuen Herausforderung
    to put sb out to \pasture (fig fam) jdn vor die Tür setzen
    * * *
    ['pAːstʃə(r)]
    1. n
    1) (= field) Weide f

    to put out to pasture — auf die Weide treiben; ( fig inf, employee ) aufs Abstellgleis schieben

    greener pastures (fig) — bessere Weidegründe

    to move on to pastures new (fig) — sich (dat) etwas Neues suchen, sich nach neuen Weidegründen (geh) umsehen

    to seek pastures new (fig) — nach neuen Weidegründen suchen

    2) no pl Weideland nt
    3) no pl (= food) Futter nt
    2. vt
    animals weiden lassen
    3. vi
    grasen
    * * *
    pasture [ˈpɑːstʃə; US ˈpæstʃər]
    A s
    1. Weideland n:
    seek greener pastures fig sich nach besseren Möglichkeiten umsehen;
    retire to pasture fig abtreten (in den Ruhestand treten)
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    B adj Weide…
    C v/i grasen, weiden
    D v/t
    1. weiden, auf die Weide treiben
    2. Land als Weideland verwenden
    3. abweiden
    * * *
    noun
    1) (grass) Futter, das; Gras, das
    2) (land) Weideland, das; (piece of land) Weide, die
    3) (fig.)

    in search of pastures new — auf der Suche nach etwas Neuem

    * * *
    n.
    Koppel -n f.
    Viehweide f.
    Weide -n f.
    Weideland n. v.
    weiden v.

    English-german dictionary

  • 7 pasture

    пастбище имя существительное:
    пастбище (pasture, grassland, grazing, pastureland, pasturage, grass)
    выгон (pasture, paddock, common, feed, pastureland)
    подножный корм (pasture, pasturage)
    глагол:
    пасти (graze, feed, shepherd, pasture, herd, tend)
    пастись (feed, pasture, grass, browse, depasture)
    имя прилагательное:
    подножный (pasture, grass)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 8 pasture

    1. n подножный корм
    2. n пастбище, выгон, выпас

    common pasture — общественный выгон

    extensive pasture — экстенсивно используемое пастбище

    to put cattle to pasture — выгонять скот на пастбище

    intensive pasture — интенсивно используемое пастбище

    common pasture — общинное пастбище, общинный выпас

    low-yielding pasture — низкоурожайное пастбище

    3. v пасти скот
    4. v пастись
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. acreage (noun) acreage; field; garden; grassland; mead; meadow; plot; tillage
    2. grazing land (noun) grass; grazing ground; grazing land; pasturage; pastureland; range

    English-Russian base dictionary

  • 9 pasture

    1. пастбище

    pasture ground — пастбище

    salt pasture — солончаковое пастбище

    Alpine pasture — высокогорное пастбище

    pasture management — уход за пастбищем

    natural pasture — естественное пастбище

    2. пастись

    English-Russian big polytechnic dictionary

  • 10 pasture

    pasture , US [transcription]{{["p_s-"]}}
    A n
    1 (land) pré m, pâturage m ; rich pasture riches pâturages ; permanent pasture pâture f permanente ; to put a cow out to pasture mettre une vache au pré ;
    2 (grass) herbe f.
    B vtr faire paître [animal].
    C vi paître.
    Idioms
    to leave for pastures new partir vers de nouveaux horizons ; to put sb out to pasture mettre qn au vert or à la retraite.

    Big English-French dictionary

  • 11 pasture

    pasture pas∙ture noun 1. [U, C] land covered with grass that is suitable for feeding animals on • 牧场;牧草地:
    »an area of permanent / rough / rich pasture
    一片永久的/崎岖的/富饶的牧场
    »high mountain pastures
    高山牧场
    »The cattle were put out to pasture.
    牛群放牧在牧场草地上。
    2. pastures [pl.] the circumstances of your life, work, etc. • 生活状况;工作条件;个人发展的机遇:
    »I felt we were off to greener pastures (= a better way of life).
    我觉得我们在迈向更好的生活。
    »(BrE) She decided it was time to move on to pastures new (= a new job, place to live, etc.).
    她认定换个新工作的时候到了。
    verb [VN] • to put animals in a field to feed on grass • 放牧
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    ['pɑ:stʃә]
    n. 牧地, 草原, 牧場
    v. 放牧, 牧(牛﹑羊)等, 吃草

    English-Chinese dictionary

  • 12 pasture

    noun
    (a field or area of ground cove-red with grass for cattle etc to eat: The horses were out in the pasture.) pašnik
    * * *
    I [pá:sčə]
    noun
    pašnik, paša, krma; pravica do paše
    figuratively to seek greener pasture — iskati boljše možnosti
    to retire to pasture — iti v pokoj
    II [pá:sčə]
    1.
    transitive verb
    pasti (živino), voditi živino na pašo, krmiti živino; uporabljati zemljo za pašnik;
    2.
    intransitive verb
    pasti se

    English-Slovenian dictionary

  • 13 pasture

    pasture [ˈpα:st∫ər]
    1. noun
    pâturage m
    • to seek pastures new chercher de nouveaux horizons
    2. transitive verb
    faire paître
    3. compounds
    ► pasture land noun pâturage(s) m(pl)
    * * *
    ['pɑːstʃə(r)], US ['pæs-]
    noun (land) pré m, pâturage m; (grass) herbe f
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    to leave for pastures new — partir vers de nouveaux horizons

    to put somebody out to pasture — mettre quelqu'un au vert

    English-French dictionary

  • 14 pasture

    English-Spanish dictionary of Geography

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    English-French dictionary of Geography

  • 16 pasture

    English-German geography dictionary

  • 17 pasture

    [ˈpɑ:stʃə]
    pasture пастбище, выгон pasture пасти(сь) pasture подножный корм

    English-Russian short dictionary

  • 18 pasture

    1. [ʹpɑ:stʃə] n
    1. подножный корм
    2. пастбище, выгон, выпас

    common pasture - общественный выгон

    new pastures - новые места, новое поле деятельности

    pastures of heaven - ≅ райские кущи

    to put out to pasture - выбросить на свалку

    2. [ʹpɑ:stʃə] v
    1) пасти скот
    2) пастись

    НБАРС

  • 19 pasture

    noun
    (a field or area of ground cove-red with grass for cattle etc to eat: The horses were out in the pasture.) beite, eng
    beite
    --------
    beitemark
    I
    subst. \/ˈpɑːstʃə\/, \/ˈpɑːstjʊə\/
    1) beite, gress
    2) beitemark
    put somone to pasture (overført) la noen gå på gress
    II
    verb \/ˈpɑːstʃə\/, \/ˈpɑːstjʊə\/
    1) beite, gresse
    2) sette på beite, slippe ut på beite, la beite

    English-Norwegian dictionary

  • 20 pasture

    noun
    (a field or area of ground cove-red with grass for cattle etc to eat: The horses were out in the pasture.) eng; græsmark
    * * *
    noun
    (a field or area of ground cove-red with grass for cattle etc to eat: The horses were out in the pasture.) eng; græsmark

    English-Danish dictionary

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  • pasture — Pasture. s. f. Mangeaille des bestes & des oyseaux, & mesme des poissons. Dieu a soin de tous les animaux, il leur donne à chacun leur pasture. il leur apprend à chercher leur pasture. les petits poissons sont la pasture des gros. son corps a… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Pasture — is land with herbaceous vegetation cover used for grazing of ungulate livestock as part of a farm or ranch. Prior to the advent of mechanized farming, pasture was the primary source of food for grazing animals such as cattle and horses. It is… …   Wikipedia

  • Pasture — Pas ture, n. [OF. pasture, F. p[^a]ture, L. pastura, fr. pascere, pastum, to pasture, to feed. See {Pastor}.] 1. Food; nourishment. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Toads and frogs his pasture poisonous. Spenser. [1913 Webster] 2. Specifically: Grass… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pasture — [pas′chər] n. [OFr < LL pastura < L pascere, to feed: see FOOD] 1. grass or other growing plants used as food by grazing animals 2. a) ground suitable for grazing b) a field, plot, etc. set aside for this vt. pastured …   English World dictionary

  • pasture — ► NOUN 1) land covered with grass, suitable for grazing cattle or sheep. 2) grass growing on such land. ► VERB ▪ put (animals) to graze in a pasture. ● pastures new Cf. ↑pastures new ● …   English terms dictionary

  • pasture — Pasture, et nourriture qu on baille aux bestes, Pabulum, Pastio, voyez Pasturage. Pasture et refection, Refectus, huius refectus. Qui a prins sa pasture, Pastus, participium …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • Pasture — Pas ture, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Pastured}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Pasturing}.] To feed, esp. to feed on growing grass; to supply grass as food for; as, the farmer pastures fifty oxen; the land will pasture forty cows. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pasture — (n.) c.1300, from O.Fr. pasture grass eaten by cattle, from L.L. pastura a feeding, grazing, from L. pastus, pp. of pascere to feed, graze (see PASTOR (Cf. pastor)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Pasture — Pas ture, v. i. To feed on growing grass; to graze. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pasture — vb graze, *feed, nourish …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • pasture — pastural, adj. pastureless, adj. pasturer, n. /pas cheuhr, pahs /, n., v., pastured, pasturing. n. 1. Also called pastureland /pas cheuhr land , pahs /. an area covered with grass or other plants used or suitable for the grazing of livestock;… …   Universalium