trail along

Translations

w>trail along

vientlangzuckeln; the child trailed along behind his motherdas Kind trottete or zuckelte hinter der Mutter her
vtentlangschleppen or -schleifen; the child trailed his coat along behind himdas Kind schleifte or schleppte seinen Mantel hinter sich (dat)her
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In the dead of night Ninaka and his party had crawled away under the very noses of the avengers, taking the chest with them, and by chance von Horn and the two Dyaks cut back into the main trail along the river almost at the very point that Ninaka halted to bury the treasure.
He knew the windings of the elephant trail along which Kala's murderer had flown, and so he cut straight through the jungle to intercept the black warrior who was evidently following the tortuous detours of the trail.
Its members concealed themselves in the foliage bordering the game trail along which they had come.
For the most part they followed this well-marked trail along elephant paths and through park- like groves.
She had been walking alone with her arms hanging limp, letting her white skirts trail along the dewy path.
The apes hid themselves in the shrubbery beside the trail along which the two stranger bulls would pass.
At length they found the well-marked trail along which the herd had passed not many hours before.
When this project is completed in 2019 there will be nearly ten miles of universally accessible trail along the beautiful north shore of Lake Crescent, said Olympic National Park Superintendent Sarah Creachbaum.
The staff at Stonehurst farm, who have allowed the pupils to put up the trail along the farm's nature walk.
This has been achieved by incorporating unique features on the new flood wall along Brookvale Road, establishing a nature trail along the river, and through a new poem by Brendan Hawthorne inspiring people to walk, explore and re-engage with the River Tame.
The event will see 190 vehicles - worth [euro]30million - blaze a trail along open roads across counties such as Dublin and Wexford.
A CANOE trail along the Leeds and Liverpool Canal will be opened in a bid to halt obesity and poor health among young people.