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horse·shoe

 (hôrs′sho͞o′, hôr′sho͞o′)
n.
1. A flat U-shaped metal plate fitted and nailed to the bottom of a horse's hoof for protection.
2. A U-shaped object similar to a horseshoe.
3. horseshoes(used with a sing. verb) A game in which players toss horseshoes or horseshoe-shaped pieces at a stake so as to encircle it or come closer to it than the other players.
tr.v. horse·shoed, horse·shoe·ing, horse·shoes
To fit with horseshoes.

horseshoe

(ˈhɔːsˌʃuː)
n
1. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) a piece of iron shaped like a U with the ends curving inwards that is nailed to the underside of the hoof of a horse to protect the soft part of the foot from hard surfaces: commonly thought to be a token of good luck
2. an object of similar shape
vb, -shoes, -shoeing or -shoed
(Horse Training, Riding & Manège) (tr) to fit with a horseshoe; shoe

horse•shoe

(ˈhɔrsˌʃu, ˈhɔrʃ-)

n., v. -shoed, -shoe•ing. n.
1. a U-shaped metal plate, plain or with calks, nailed to a horse's hoof to protect it from being injured by hard or rough surfaces.
2. something U-shaped, as a valley, river bend, or other natural feature.
3. horseshoes, (used with a sing. v.) a game in which horseshoes or other U-shaped objects are tossed at an iron stake to encircle it or come as close to it as possible.
v.t.
4. to put a horseshoe or horseshoes on.
[1350–1400]

horseshoe


Past participle: horseshoed
Gerund: horseshoeing

Imperative
horseshoe
horseshoe
Present
I horseshoe
you horseshoe
he/she/it horseshoes
we horseshoe
you horseshoe
they horseshoe
Preterite
I horseshoed
you horseshoed
he/she/it horseshoed
we horseshoed
you horseshoed
they horseshoed
Present Continuous
I am horseshoeing
you are horseshoeing
he/she/it is horseshoeing
we are horseshoeing
you are horseshoeing
they are horseshoeing
Present Perfect
I have horseshoed
you have horseshoed
he/she/it has horseshoed
we have horseshoed
you have horseshoed
they have horseshoed
Past Continuous
I was horseshoeing
you were horseshoeing
he/she/it was horseshoeing
we were horseshoeing
you were horseshoeing
they were horseshoeing
Past Perfect
I had horseshoed
you had horseshoed
he/she/it had horseshoed
we had horseshoed
you had horseshoed
they had horseshoed
Future
I will horseshoe
you will horseshoe
he/she/it will horseshoe
we will horseshoe
you will horseshoe
they will horseshoe
Future Perfect
I will have horseshoed
you will have horseshoed
he/she/it will have horseshoed
we will have horseshoed
you will have horseshoed
they will have horseshoed
Future Continuous
I will be horseshoeing
you will be horseshoeing
he/she/it will be horseshoeing
we will be horseshoeing
you will be horseshoeing
they will be horseshoeing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been horseshoeing
you have been horseshoeing
he/she/it has been horseshoeing
we have been horseshoeing
you have been horseshoeing
they have been horseshoeing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been horseshoeing
you will have been horseshoeing
he/she/it will have been horseshoeing
we will have been horseshoeing
you will have been horseshoeing
they will have been horseshoeing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been horseshoeing
you had been horseshoeing
he/she/it had been horseshoeing
we had been horseshoeing
you had been horseshoeing
they had been horseshoeing
Conditional
I would horseshoe
you would horseshoe
he/she/it would horseshoe
we would horseshoe
you would horseshoe
they would horseshoe
Past Conditional
I would have horseshoed
you would have horseshoed
he/she/it would have horseshoed
we would have horseshoed
you would have horseshoed
they would have horseshoed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.horseshoe - game equipment consisting of an open ring of iron used in playing horseshoeshorseshoe - game equipment consisting of an open ring of iron used in playing horseshoes
game equipment - equipment or apparatus used in playing a game
2.horseshoe - U-shaped plate nailed to underside of horse's hoof
scale, shell, plate - a metal sheathing of uniform thickness (such as the shield attached to an artillery piece to protect the gunners)
Verb1.horseshoe - equip (a horse) with a horseshoe or horseshoes
equip, fit out, outfit, fit - provide with (something) usually for a specific purpose; "The expedition was equipped with proper clothing, food, and other necessities"
Translations
أي شَيء على شَكْل حدوة الفرسحُدْوَةُ الـحِصَّانِحَدْوَه، نَعْل الفَرَس
podkova
hestesko=-hestesko
hevosenkenkä
potkovapotkovati
skeifaskeifa, skeifulaga hlutur
蹄鉄
편자
solea ferrea
potcoavă
podkev
hästsko
เกือกม้า
móng ngựa

horseshoe

[ˈhɔːsʃuː]
A. Nherradura f
B. CPD horseshoe arch Narco m de herradura

horseshoe

[ˈhɔːrsʃuː] nfer m à chevalhorse show nconcours m hippiquehorse-trading horsetrading [ˈhɔːrstreɪdɪŋ] n (British) (= unofficial negotiating) → maquignonnage mhorse trials nplconcours m hippique

horseshoe

[ˈhɔːʃˌʃuː]
2. adja ferro di cavallo

horse

(hoːs) noun
1. a large four-footed animal which is used to pull carts etc or to carry people etc.
2. a piece of apparatus used for jumping, vaulting etc in a gymnasium.
ˈhorse-box noun
an enclosed vehicle etc used for carrying horses.
ˈhorsefly noun
a large fly that bites horses etc.
ˈhorsehair noun, adjective
(of) the hair from a horse's mane or tail. The mattress is stuffed with horsehair; a horsehair mattress.
ˈhorsemanfeminine ˈhorsewoman noun
a rider, especially a skilled one. She is a very competent horsewoman.
ˈhorsemanship noun
ˈhorseplay noun
rough and noisy behaviour or play.
ˈhorsepower (usually abbreviated to h.p.when written) noun
a standard unit used to measure the power of engines, cars etc.
horseshoe (ˈhoːʃʃuː) noun
1. a curved iron shoe for a horse.
2. something in the shape of a horseshoe. The bride was presented with a lucky silver horseshoe.
on horseback
riding on a horse. The soldiers rode through the town on horseback.
(straight) from the horse's mouth
from a well-informed and reliable source. I got that story straight from the horse's mouth.

horseshoe

حُدْوَةُ الـحِصَّانِ podkova hestesko Hufeisen πέταλο herradura hevosenkenkä fer à cheval potkova ferro di cavallo 蹄鉄 편자 hoefijzer hestesko podkowa ferradura подкова hästsko เกือกม้า at nalı móng ngựa 马蹄铁
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