pony

  1. a range horse of the western United States
  2. an informal term for a racehorse
  3. a literal translation used in studying a foreign language (often used illicitly)
  4. a small glass adequate to hold a single swallow of whiskey
  5. any of various breeds of small gentle horses usually less than five feet high at the shoulder

Pony

Pony is slang for a small glass of beer.
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pony

[n] - a literal translation used in studying a foreign language (often used illicitly) 2. [n] - an informal term for a racehorse 3. [n] - any of various breeds of small gentle horses usually less than five feet high at the shoulder 4. [n] - a range horse of the western United States
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Pony

£25.
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Pony

Generic term used to describe the perfect-binding line in the finishing department.
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Pony

Po'ny noun ; plural Ponies [ Written also poney .] [ Gael. ponaidh .] 1. A small horse. 2. Twenty-five pounds sterling. [ Slang, Eng.] 3. A translation or a key used to avoid study in getting lessons; a crib. [ College Cant] 4. A small gla...
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pony

Origin: Gael. Ponaidh. ... 1. A small horse. ... 2. Twenty-five pounds sterling. ... 3. A translation or a key used to avoid study in getting lessons; a crib. ... 4. A small glass of beer. Pony chaise, a light, low chaise, drawn by a pony or a pair of ponies. Pony engine, a small locomotive for switching cars from one track to another. Pony truck, ...
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pony

trot noun a literal translation used in studying a foreign language (often used illicitly)
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Pony

• (n.) A small glass of beer. • (n.) Twenty-five pounds sterling. • (n.) A translation or a key used to avoid study in getting lessons; a crib. • (n.) A small horse.
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pony

any of several breeds of small horses standing less than 14.2 hands (147 cm, or 58 inches) high and noted for gentleness and endurance. Among the ... [3 related articles]
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Pony

A pony is a small horse (Equus ferus caballus). Depending on context, a pony may be a horse that is under an approximate or exact height at the withers, or a small horse with a specific conformation and temperament. There are many different breeds. Compared to other horses, ponies often exhibit thicker manes, tails and overall coat, as well as pro...
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pony

a small glass for liquor. In the U.S., a pony generally holds exactly 1 (U.S.) fluid ounce or about 29.6 milliliters. The word 'pony' means a small horse, hence anything smaller than normal--in this case, a smaller shot glass.
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pony

a small glass for beer. In New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and Western Australia, a pony of beer holds 140 milliliters (about 5 British fluid ounces).
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pony

pony, small horse, officially any horse under 14.2 hands (58 in./145 cm) high. Most ponies are of Celtic origin. They are noted for their extreme hardiness and gentle natures. Some ponies are only 26 in. (65 cm) high. See Shetland pony; Welsh pony.
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Pony

A pony is a small horse less than 14.2 hands tall.
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pony

Click images to enlargeSmall horse under 1.47 m/4.5 ft (14.2 hands) shoulder height. Although of Celtic origin, all the pony breeds have been crossed with thoroughbred and Arab stock, except for the smallest – the hardy Shetland, which is less than 105 cm/42 in shoulder height
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Pony

£25.00
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Pony

A full grown horse that is 14.2 hands or under.
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Pony

Technically, a horse under 142 hands, but for practical purposes, individuals of one of the classic pony breeds such as Shetland, Welsh, Connemara, Pony of the Americas (POA), etc
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Pony

£25.00
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Pony

GBP
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Pony

[dance] The Pony was a dance made popular in the 1960s by the Chubby Checker song `Pony Time`. The beat is 1&2, 3&4, etc. In the dance the feet are kept comfortably together, while various arm and hand motions are possible. Movement around the dance floor may occur, but there is no line-of-dance. Couples, who generally face each other, do n...
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Pony

1) English name for bottles with a volume of 0.1875 liters and 0.2 liters of sparkling wine with. See also nip . 2) Unit for a drink at a bar gemixtes (even pony-ounce). 3) A in the 1920s in females very popular cocktail (called Ladies cover) of orange juice and champagne
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pony

A small horse; i.e., one that remains small as an adult. There is no precise size. Each breed association has its own size standard.
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pony

any equine that measures under 14.2 hands (58 inches) from its withers to the ground. Pony classes at hunter/jumper shows may be divided into small (under 12.2), medium (under 13.2), and large (under 14.2).
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