trot


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trot

1. a gait of a horse or other quadruped, faster than a walk, in which diagonally opposite legs come down together
2. (in harness racing) a race for horses that have been trained to trot fast
3. Angling
a. one of the short lines attached to a trotline
b. the trotline

Trot

Informal a follower of Trotsky; Trotskyist
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Doing battle with the giant is Torchwood and Dancing on Ice star John Barrowman as Jack Trot.