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bul·lock

 (bo͝ol′ək)
n.
1. A castrated bull; a steer.
2. A young bull.

[Middle English bullok, from Old English bulluc; see bhel- in Indo-European roots.]

bullock

(ˈbʊlək)
n
1. (Breeds) a gelded bull; steer
2. (Breeds) archaic a bull calf
vb
(intr) informal Austral and NZ to work hard and long
[Old English bulluc; see bull1, -ock]

bul•lock

(ˈbʊl ək)

n.
1. a castrated bull; steer.
2. a young bull.
[before 1000; Middle English; Old English bulluc. See bull1, -ock]
bul′lock•y, adj.

bullock


Past participle: bullocked
Gerund: bullocking

Imperative
bullock
bullock
Present
I bullock
you bullock
he/she/it bullocks
we bullock
you bullock
they bullock
Preterite
I bullocked
you bullocked
he/she/it bullocked
we bullocked
you bullocked
they bullocked
Present Continuous
I am bullocking
you are bullocking
he/she/it is bullocking
we are bullocking
you are bullocking
they are bullocking
Present Perfect
I have bullocked
you have bullocked
he/she/it has bullocked
we have bullocked
you have bullocked
they have bullocked
Past Continuous
I was bullocking
you were bullocking
he/she/it was bullocking
we were bullocking
you were bullocking
they were bullocking
Past Perfect
I had bullocked
you had bullocked
he/she/it had bullocked
we had bullocked
you had bullocked
they had bullocked
Future
I will bullock
you will bullock
he/she/it will bullock
we will bullock
you will bullock
they will bullock
Future Perfect
I will have bullocked
you will have bullocked
he/she/it will have bullocked
we will have bullocked
you will have bullocked
they will have bullocked
Future Continuous
I will be bullocking
you will be bullocking
he/she/it will be bullocking
we will be bullocking
you will be bullocking
they will be bullocking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bullocking
you have been bullocking
he/she/it has been bullocking
we have been bullocking
you have been bullocking
they have been bullocking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bullocking
you will have been bullocking
he/she/it will have been bullocking
we will have been bullocking
you will have been bullocking
they will have been bullocking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bullocking
you had been bullocking
he/she/it had been bullocking
we had been bullocking
you had been bullocking
they had been bullocking
Conditional
I would bullock
you would bullock
he/she/it would bullock
we would bullock
you would bullock
they would bullock
Past Conditional
I would have bullocked
you would have bullocked
he/she/it would have bullocked
we would have bullocked
you would have bullocked
they would have bullocked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bullock - young bullbullock - young bull        
young mammal - any immature mammal
bull - uncastrated adult male of domestic cattle
2.bullock - castrated bull
male - an animal that produces gametes (spermatozoa) that can fertilize female gametes (ova)
Bos taurus, cattle, cows, kine, oxen - domesticated bovine animals as a group regardless of sex or age; "so many head of cattle"; "wait till the cows come home"; "seven thin and ill-favored kine"- Bible; "a team of oxen"
Translations
ثَوْر صَغيرثَوْرٌ مَخْصِي
býčekvůl
kastreret oksestud
tinó
geldnautungt naut, ungur tarfur
býček
genç boğaöküz

bullock

[ˈbʊlək] Nbuey m

bullock

[ˈbʊlək] nbœuf m

bullock

nOchse m

bullock

[ˈbʊlək] nmanzo

bull

(bul) noun
1. the male of the ox family and of the whale, walrus, elephant etc.
2. a bull's-eye.
ˈbullock (-lək) noun
1. a young bull.
2. a castrated bull, an ox, often used to pull bullock carts.
ˈbullfight noun
in Spain etc a fight between a bull and men on horseback and on foot.
ˈbullfighter noun
ˈbullring noun
the enclosed area where a bullfight takes place.
ˈbull's-eye noun
the centre of a target, especially in archery, darts etc.
References in classic literature ?
Tied by the head to the stern, and by the tail to the bows, the whale now lies with its black hull close to the vessel's, and seen through the darkness of the night, which obscured the spars and rigging aloft, the two --ship and whale, seemed yoked together like colossal bullocks, whereof one reclines while the other remains standing.
Already the yards were full of activity; cattle were being unloaded from the cars in the distance, and across the way the "beef-luggers" were toiling in the darkness, carrying two-hundred-pound quarters of bullocks into the refrigerator cars.
I saw one day a herd of a dozen bullocks and cows running about and frisking in unwieldy sport, like huge rats, even like kittens.
I tell thee,'' said De Bracy, ``that I mean to purvey me a wife after the fashion of the tribe of Benjamin; which is as much as to say, that in this same equipment I will fall upon that herd of Saxon bullocks, who have this night left the castle, and carry off from them the lovely Rowena.
The herdsman had no time to reply, nor Don Quixote to get out of the way even if he wished; and so the drove of fierce bulls and tame bullocks, together with the crowd of herdsmen and others who were taking them to be penned up in a village where they were to be run the next day, passed over Don Quixote and over Sancho, Rocinante and Dapple, hurling them all to the earth and rolling them over on the ground.
At this moment one of those heavy wagons, drawn by bullocks, which carry the wood cut in the fine forests of the country to the ports of the Loire, came out of a byroad full of ruts and turned on that which the two horsemen were following.
So that he can knock down bullocks, as he used formerly.
There was a river to be forded, and four bullocks pulled the carriage, and Vixen stuck her head out of the sliding-door and nearly fell into the water while she gave directions.
The voices of early evening had settled down to one soothing hum whose deepest note was the steady chumping of the bullocks above their chopped straw, and whose highest was the tinkle of a Bengali dancing-girl's sitar.
I can still stand alone, but--indeed we be no fatted bullocks, we two.
I've rigged ships, and prospected for gold, and skinned dead bullocks,--and turned my back on more money than the old man would have scraped in his whole life.
One of the little boys fell down, and some white bullocks came out of an archway.