Gallop – meaning of the word and example

(of a horse) to run fast so that all four feet come off the ground together in each act of forward movement, or (of a person) to ride a horse that is running in this way. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To move or act quickly. (Cambridge Dictionary)

The fastest pace of a horse or other quadruped, with all the feet off the ground together in each stride. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A very fast pace of running by a person. (Oxford Dictionaries)

To run fast. (Merriam – Webster)

When a horse gallops, it runs very fast so that all four legs are off the ground at the same time. If you gallop a horse, you make it gallop. (Collins Dictionary)

If you gallop, you ride a horse that is galloping. (Collins Dictionary)

Example

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