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

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

[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

• (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

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

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

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

£25.
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Pony

£25.00
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Pony

£25.00
Found on http://www.horse-directory.co.uk/racingglossary.htm

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 full grown horse that is 14.2 hands or under.
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Pony

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

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 horse, standing 14.2 or less
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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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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

Borrowed from obsolete French poulenet (little foal) from Latin pullāmen.
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Pony

Breeds of small horses, under 14.2 hands tall.
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Pony

GBP
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Pony

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