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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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bullockbul‧lock /ˈbʊlək/ noun [countable]  HBAa young male cow that cannot breed
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bullockThe 400-500k bullocks sold to £820 and £167.44 per 100k for a 430k Charolais selling at £720.His heart cannoned round his chest like a bullock in a pen.He also noticed several cannons being dragged into the sepoy camp by bullocks from the direction of the bridge of boats.Lightweight bullocks under 400k sold to £592 and £171.72 per 100k for a 290k Simmental selling at £498.They were not even small bullocks.A Smithfield is a leggy type of collie of the sort that bullock drovers used when working cattle half a century ago.Anne Hopper winced as she looked at the remains of the bullock lying on the large wooden worktop in the prison kitchen.
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