Noun(1) a slow pace of running(2) radicals who support Trotsky's theory that socialism must be established throughout the world by continuing revolution(3) a literal translation used in studying a foreign language (often used illicitly(4) a gait faster than a walk; diagonally opposite legs strike the ground together
Verb(1) run at a moderately swift pace(2) ride at a trot(3) cause to trot
(1) Simpson believes his bad trot is about to end(2) our horses slowed to a trot(3) Cantering gracefully round the outdoor school, without a halter or lead rope, her ears are pricked forward and she calmly responds to voice and arm movement commands to slow down to a trot and halt.(4) I slowed her to a trot and circled around to meet Dante.(5) He had the horse going at a pace just above a trot ; I guess he really wanted to get rid of me.(6) I had only to trot after her horse, and wait until it slowed to a canter, then a trot , and then a walk.(7) Then it went into a trot , only to slow down again for the next stop.(8) you might like an early morning trot round the crew deck(9) The next thing I knew, Sally and Bolt came galloping up behind us and passed us before she slowed him to a trot .(10) The animal had slowed to a trot , going at its own pace when she had lost the strength to lead it.(11) As they were going at a slow trot , he listened to the wind moving through the trees, and actually felt a sense of peace, as uneasy as he had been before.(12) After it finally opened up, the rider allowed the chestnut colored horse to move in a slow trot , the gait giving the horse time to relax, though not really needing it.(13) When they had all passed, she went back out on the road and continued onwards, quickening the horses pace to a trot .(14) After a while, when she returned to shore, she would trot over to me, drop the stick down, and then shake her soaking body all over me.(15) We rode into the forest at a slow trot , but we were silent.(16) I shall trot along to see them next week, weather permitting, which will coincidentally be half-way through the contract.