tropel in English

Pronunciation
n. herd; throng; troop

Example Sentences

Ya lo veis —decía la superiora—, vuestro temor es sobremanera pueril; nadie hay en el templo; toda Sevilla acude en tropel a la catedral esta noche.
There, you see, the mother superior was saying, your fear is entirely childish; there is no one in the church. All Seville is trooping to the cathedral to-night.
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cuyas láminas representaban tropeles de caballos en libertad, indios desnudos y emplumados, gauchos hirsutos volteando sobre sus cabezas lazos serpenteantes y correas con bolas.
whose illustrations represented herds of cattle at liberty, half-naked, plumed Indians, and hairy cowboys whirling over their heads serpentine lassos tipped with balls.
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y otra en el brazo de alguno de su familia; viejas arrugadas e inmóviles como momias, que dormían y viajaban tendidas en una carretilla. Al despertar el sol a este tropel miserable
and the other arm in that of some member of the family, and a few old women, withered and motionless as mummies, who were sleeping as they were trundled along in wheelbarrows. When the sun awoke this miserable band
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semejante a la catalepsia. Veían pasar como un desfile fantástico todo el resto del ejército: batallones y más batallones, baterías, tropeles de caballos. Luego, el silencio, la noche, un sueño sobre el polvo
bordering on catalepsy. Unable to move, they were seeing dimly the rest of the army passing on as a fantastic file, battalions, more battalions, batteries, troops of horses. Then the silence, the night, a sleep on the dust
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Su desesperación al quedar solo le hizo acusarse de torpeza. Ahora acudían sus pensamientos en tropel, y cada uno de ellos le pareció suficiente para convencer a Margarita.
His desperation at finding himself alone made him accuse himself of stupidity. Now his thoughts came tumbling over each other in a tumultuous throng, and each one of them seemed to him sufficient to have convinced Marguerite.
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Al aproximarse se desprendieron unos bultos negros de esta fosa poco profunda que dejaba al descubierto los cadáveres. Un tropel de alas duras batió el espacio, alejándose con graznidos de cólera.
At his approach several black forms flew up into the air from a trench so shallow that the bodies within were exposed to view. A whirring of stiff wings beat the air above him, flying off with the croakings of wrath.
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Vi a los eslavos llegar en tropel por la mañana.
I saw the Slavs arriving on waves at the morning.
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Llegué allí después del trabajo y los chicos se han reunido en tropel.
I got there after work and the kids have been flocking the place.
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Nos recibieron los dignatarios de la ciudad y, cuando entramos con nuestro vehículo en esta ciudad totalmente destrozada, de los edificios dañados salieron en tropel todos los niños de la ciudad, gritando en francés "Paix!
We were met by the dignitaries of the town, and, as we drove into this wholly trashed city, out of the damaged buildings all the children of the town poured out, crying out in French, "Paix!
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Todo el pueblo corrió al taller de Phil en tropel.
The whole town beat for a path to Phil's repair shop.
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Synonyms

1. tropa
2. alboroto: agitación, desorden, tumulto, movimiento



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