hurdled

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  • hurdled — hur·dle || hÉœrdl / hɜːdl n. barrier which must be jumped by a horse or runner; obstacle; difficulty v. jump over a barrier; surmount an obstacle …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • hurdle — 01. There are a number of [hurdles] which must be passed before foreign students are accepted into regular courses at the university. 02. The runner tripped over the first [hurdle] and fell to the track. 03. The second language requirement for… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • hurdle — [[t]hɜ͟ː(r)d(ə)l[/t]] hurdles, hurdling, hurdled 1) N COUNT: usu supp N A hurdle is a problem, difficulty, or part of a process that may prevent you from achieving something. Two thirds of candidates fail at this first hurdle and are packed off… …   English dictionary

  • hurdle — I UK [ˈhɜː(r)d(ə)l] / US [ˈhɜrd(ə)l] noun Word forms hurdle : singular hurdle plural hurdles 1) a) [countable] an upright frame that a person or horse must jump over during a race. The sport of racing over hurdles is called hurdling, and a person …   English dictionary

  • Cote — (k[=o]t), n. [See 1st {Cot}.] 1. A cottage or hut. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. A shed, shelter, or inclosure for small domestic animals, as for sheep or doves. [1913 Webster] Watching where shepherds pen their flocks, at eve, In hurdled cotes.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • hurdle — I. noun Etymology: Middle English hurdel, from Old English hyrdel; akin to Old High German hurt hurdle, Latin cratis wickerwork, hurdle Date: before 12th century 1. a. a portable panel usually of wattled withes and stakes used especially for… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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