Cattle

Cattle is British slang for prostitutes.
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Cattle

== Species == Cattle were originally identified as three separate species: Bos taurus, the European or `taurine` cattle (including similar types from Africa and Asia); Bos indicus, the zebu; and the extinct Bos primigenius, the aurochs. The aurochs is ancestral to both zebu and taurine cattle. Now, these have been reclassified as one species, wi.....
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cattle

[n] - domesticated bovine animals as a group regardless of sex or age
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Cattle

archaic or obsolete terms > General: The original sense of the word cattle related to moveable property and later became particularly associated with livestock. Although from the mid sixteenth century it was used in its modern sense, it appears that Ramesey uses it to describe domestic livestock, a still common usage at this time.
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Cattle

Cat'tle (kăt't'l) noun plural [ Middle English calet , chatel , goods, property, Old French catel , chatel , Late Latin captale , capitale , goods, property, esp. cattle, from Latin capitals relating to the head, chief; because in early ages beast...
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cattle

Domesticated bovine animals usually kept on a farm or ranch and used for the production of meat or dairy products or for heavy labour. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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cattle

cows noun domesticated bovine animals as a group regardless of sex or age; `so many head of cattle`; `wait till the cows come home`; `seven thin and ill-favored kine`- Bible; `a team of oxen`
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Cattle

• (n. pl.) Quadrupeds of the Bovine family; sometimes, also, including all domestic quadrupeds, as sheep, goats, horses, mules, asses, and swine.
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cattle

domesticated bovine farm animals that are raised for their meat or milk, for their hides, or for draft purposes.[56 related articles]
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cattle

cattle 1. A drove of cattle. 2. A herd of cattle.
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cattle

cattle, name for the ruminant mammals of the genus Bos, and particularly those of the domesticated species, Bos taurus and B. indica. The term oxen, broadly used, refers also to closely related animals, such as the buffalo and the bison. Narrowly used, ox refers to a mature castrated male used for d...
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Cattle

The term cattle applies to all members of the ox genus.
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cattle

Click images to enlargeAny large, ruminant, even-toed, hoofed mammal of the genus Bos, family Bovidae, including wild species such as the yak, gaur, gayal, banteng, and kouprey, as well as domestic breeds. Asiatic water buffaloes Bubalus, African buffaloes Syncerus
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Cattle

bovine animals of any age or sex or breed (only used in plural).
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