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49 examples of  perro  in sentences

49 examples of perro in sentences

This dog was called Perro, which being translated is Dog.

Perro had risen from a slumberous contemplation of the tumbling water and now stood awaiting orders, his near hind leg shaking with eagerness to please, by running anywhere at any pace.

Perro, it seemed, with an intelligence developed at the best and hardest of all schools, where hunger is the usher, awaited, not word, but action from his master; and had not long to wait.

Perro went so far as to push his plebeian head through the bars and look down into the street.

Perro gazed at them sadly from the carriage window remembering perhaps his own dust heap days.

He even knew their horses by name also, and asked after each, while Perro, affable alike with rich and poor, exchanged the time of day with traveled dogs, all lean and dusty from the road, who limped on sore feet and probably told him of the snow while they lay in the sun and licked their paws.

"Los mismos perros, con nuevos cuellos"said Sarrion to any who sought to convince him that Spain owed her downfall to other causes, and that the Jesuits were no longer what they had been.

At the corner Perro, who had been keeping watch there, joined them and trotted by their side.

"And Perro is my bridesmaid.

" "And dear old Perro running at the side," exclaimed Juanita, jumping up and putting her head out of the window to encourage Perro with a greeting.

" "And dear old Perro running at the side," exclaimed Juanita, jumping up and putting her head out of the window to encourage Perro with a greeting.

It is to be regretted that she was for a time left sitting thus, for Perro was in the hall, and his greeting of Juanita had to be acknowledged with several violent hugs, which resulted in Juanita's mantilla getting mixed up with Perro's collar.

It is to be regretted that she was for a time left sitting thus, for Perro was in the hall, and his greeting of Juanita had to be acknowledged with several violent hugs, which resulted in Juanita's mantilla getting mixed up with Perro's collar.

"So that you can see down the valleyso that Perro who sleeps on the balcony outside the open window has merely to lift his head to look right down to where the other watch-dogs are, ten miles away.

Perro usually walked gravely to her and stood in front of her awaiting a jest whenever she came.

Perro was not there.

Perro, the dog, had been excitedly skirmishing round, keeping clear of the horse's heels and doing little else.

He threw the stone at Perro and hit him.

Perro had returned.

She did not fall asleep again, however, and Perro continued to patter about on the terrace below as if he were going from window to window seeking an entrance.

Perro would awake Sarrion and Marcos, who must be very tired.

Perro heard her, and in obedience to her whispered injunction stood still, looking up at her and wagging his uncouth tail slowly.

She went the whole length of the balcony to Marcos' room, which was at the other end of the house, while Perro conscientiously kept pace with her on the terrace below.

"Uncle Ramon," she said, "Perro has come back ... alone.

Perro was still pattering to and fro on the terrace, giving from time to time his little plaint of uneasiness between his closed teeth.

Perro was already out of the gate in the darkness, leading the way.

Perro was no genius, but what he did know, he knew thoroughly, which for practical purposes is almost as good.

It was quite easy to perceive the dark form lying there, and Perro's lean limbs shaking over it.

She was struggling with Perro.

I have brought Perro to see him.

" Perro, low-born and eager, needed restraint to keep him from the bed where his master lay, and Juanita continued to hold him while she spoke.

"You must remember," she said, "that it is owing to Perro that you are here at all.

She did not want Marcos to know that it was she who had heard Perro; she, who had insisted that something had happened to Marcos.

" Marcos and Sarrion glanced at each other, and possibly Juanita saw the glance as she held Perro back from his master.

" She forcibly ejected Perro from the room, and came back breathless and laughing.

I would go for a walk with Perro if I went with any one.

Half an hour later they reached the pine woods, and heard Perro barking on the terrace.

The house was peculiarly quiet, but she knew that Marcos, if he had been abroad, had now returned; for Perro was lying on the terrace in the sunlight watching the library window.

He turned his head at the sound of a window being opened and Perro who lay at his feet lifted his nose and sniffed gently.

Marcos leant forward and touched Perro who understood and was still.

Perro at Marcos' feet, stirred uneasily and looked up into his master's face.

cortadle el paso por esas carrascas, azuzad los perros, soplad en esas trompas hasta echar los hígados, y hundidle á los corceles una cuarta de hierro en los ijares: ¿no véis que se dirige hacia la fuente de los Álamos, y si la salva antes de morir podemos darle por perdido?

Las cuencas del Moncayo repitieron de eco en eco el bramido de las trompas, el latir de la jauría desencadenada y las voces de los pajes resonaron con nueva furia, y el confuso tropel de hombres, caballos y perros se dirigió al punto que Iñigo, el montero mayor de los marqueses de Almenar, señalara, como el más á propósito para cortarle el paso á la res.

no que éste ha bajado las escaleras á trompicones, como si le ladrase un perro en la meseta, y con un color de difunto y unas... Vamos, mi señora doña Baltasara, créame usarced, y créame con todas veras...

mis perros y te cazo como á un jabalí para distraerme.

perro, m., dog.

Mira a ese perro extraño,dijo María.

Luisa miró al perro extraño y se rió.

Ése no es un perro,dijo ella.