gait definition

  • noun:
    • A particular method or types of shifting foot: someone who went with a clumsy, hobbling gait.
    • the means, eg a canter, trot, or walk, wherein a horse can go by raising the feet in different order or rhythm.
    • price or types of continuing: The task went ahead at a steady gait.
    • a specific means or types of moving forward base: somebody who ran with a clumsy, hobbling gait.
    • types of walking or stepping; bearing or carriage while going.
    • One of the different ways where a horse can move, either obviously or as a consequence of instruction.
    • Any of the means, such as a canter, trot, or stroll, in which a horse can go by lifting your feet in various purchase or rhythm.
    • speed or types of continuing: The project moved forward at a steady gait.
    • A going; a walk; a march; an easy method.
    • types of walking or going; bearing or carriage while going.
    • method of walking or stepping; bearing or carriage while going.
    • one of several different ways where a horse can go, either obviously or as a consequence of instruction.
    • identical to gate, 1.
    • Manner of walking or stepping; carriage associated with human body while walking: same as gate, 3.
    • A going; a walk; a march; a means.
    • identical to agistage.
    • method of walking or stepping; bearing or carriage while going.
    • A sheaf of whole grain tangled up.
    • identical to gate, 1.
    • method of walking or stepping; carriage associated with the human anatomy while walking: identical to gate, 3.
    • a horse's method of moving
    • the price of moving (especially walking or operating)
    • a person's manner of walking
    • just like agistage.
    • A sheaf of whole grain tangled up.
    • a horse's types of moving
    • the rate of moving (especially walking or operating)
    • a person's method of walking
    • A particular way or manner of shifting base: an individual who went with a clumsy, hobbling gait.
    • Any of the techniques, eg a canter, trot, or stroll, through which a horse can move by raising your toes in different order or rhythm.
    • speed or method of continuing: The project moved forward at a reliable gait.
    • A particular method or manner of moving forward base: somebody who ran with a clumsy, hobbling gait.
    • Manner of walking or stepping; bearing or carriage while moving.
    • some of the techniques, particularly a canter, trot, or stroll, by which a horse can move by lifting your toes in various purchase or rhythm.
    • Rate or method of proceeding: The project went ahead at a stable gait.
    • the other ways which a horse can go, either normally or due to training.
    • A going; a walk; a march; an easy method.
    • types of walking or going; bearing or carriage while moving.
    • just like gate, 1.
    • Manner of walking or stepping; carriage for the human anatomy while walking: same as gate, 3.
    • Same as agistage.
    • A sheaf of grain tied up.
    • types of walking or going; bearing or carriage while moving.
    • One of the various ways for which a horse can go, either obviously or due to training.
    • A going; a walk; a march; a way.
    • types of walking or stepping; bearing or carriage while going.
    • identical to gate, 1.
    • types of walking or going; carriage of body while walking: identical to gate, 3.
    • Same as agistage.
    • A sheaf of grain tied up.
    • a horse's manner of moving
    • the price of going (especially walking or running)
    • a horse's manner of going
    • your method of walking
    • the price of moving (especially walking or working)
    • your method of walking
  • verb-transitive:
    • To train (a horse) in a certain gait or gaits.
    • To train (a horse) in a certain gait or gaits.
    • To train (a horse) in a certain gait or gaits.
    • to teach (a horse) in a certain gait or gaits.
  • verb:
    • to show a specific gait to a horse.
    • To teach a certain gait to a horse.
    • To teach a particular gait to a horse.
    • To teach a specific gait to a horse.
  • others:
    • to setup (gaits of whole grain) to dry. See gait, 2.
    • to setup (gaits of grain) to dried out. See gait, 2.
    • to setup (gaits of whole grain) to dry. See gait, 2.
    • To set up (gaits of whole grain) to dried out. See gait, 2.

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