ˈkætl сущ.
1) крупный рогатый скот to breed;
raise cattle амер., rear cattle брит. ≈ разводить крупный рогатый скот to drive cattle ≈ гнать скот to round up cattle ≈ сгонять скот (куда-л.) to graze cattle ≈ пасти скот to brand cattle ≈ ставить клеймо на животных, клеймить животных dairy cattleмолочный скот twenty head of cattle ≈ двадцать голов рогатого скота a herd of cattle ≈ стадо коров Young cattle are calves. ≈ Молодые коровы называются телята. Female cattle are cows. ≈ Женские особи называются коровы. Male cattles are bulls. ≈ Мужские особи называются быки.
2) презр. быдло, скоты крупный рогатый скот;
коровы и быки;
- ten thousand * десять тысяч голов рогатого скота;
- ten head of * десять голов рогатого скота;
- small * мелкий рогатый скот;
- pedigree * племенной рогатый скот;
- * stock поголовье скота;
- * management уход за скотом, содержание скота;
- * house коровник;
- * shed навес для скота, крытый скотный двор;
- * dealer торговец скотом;
- * farm животноводческая ферма, животноводческое хозяйство;
- * farmer скотовод, владелец животноводческой фермы (редкое) мелкий рогатый скот;
лошади, овцы, свиньи скоты, гады;
сволочь, дрянь (о людях) паразиты;
гады (о насекомых, змеях) (библеизм) скоты;
- * and creeping thing and beast of the earth скоты и гады и звери земные (морское) живой груз cattle крупный рогатый скот ~ презр. скоты (о людях) granger's ~ мясо-молочный скот store ~ скот, предназначенный для откорма

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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