sheepdog

sheepdog
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  • sheepdog — ► NOUN 1) a dog trained to guard and herd sheep. 2) a breed of dog suitable for this …   English terms dictionary

  • sheepdog — [shēp′dôg΄, shēp′däg΄] n. any dog trained to herd and protect sheep …   English World dictionary

  • sheepdog — /sheep dawg , dog /, n. a dog trained to herd and guard sheep. Also, sheep dog. [1765 75; SHEEP + DOG] * * * In general, any dog breed developed to herd sheep; specifically, the border collie. Most sheepdog breeds stand about 2 ft (60 cm) and… …   Universalium

  • sheepdog — UK [ˈʃiːpˌdɒɡ] / US [ˈʃɪpˌdɔɡ] noun [countable] Word forms sheepdog : singular sheepdog plural sheepdogs a dog that has been trained to guard and control sheep …   English dictionary

  • sheepdog — sheep|dog [ˈʃi:pdɔg US do:g] n 1.) a dog that is trained to control sheep 2.) a dog of a type that is often used for controlling sheep →↑Old English sheepdog …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sheepdog — [[t]ʃi͟ːpdɒg[/t]] sheepdogs N COUNT A sheepdog is a breed of dog. Some sheepdogs are used for controlling sheep …   English dictionary

  • sheepdog — /ˈʃipdɒg/ (say sheepdog) noun a dog trained to watch and muster sheep …  

  • Sheepdog trial — and other farming nations.Some venues allow only dogs of known herding breeds to compete; others allow any dog that has been trained to work stock.HistorySheep dog trials of some sort or another have probably occurred at agricultural fairs and… …   Wikipedia

  • sheepdog bra — /ˈʃipdɒg bra/ (say sheepdog brah) noun Colloquial (humorous) a bra for women with large, sagging breasts. {from the joke that the bra rounds them up and points them in the right direction } …  

  • sheepdog trial — /ˈʃipdɒg traɪəl/ (say sheepdog truyuhl) noun a competition for sheepdogs in which their ability to round up and manoeuvre sheep is tested …  

  • sheepdog — noun Date: circa 1774 a dog (as a border collie) used to tend, drive, or guard sheep …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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