Überbautsein

French translation: construit en montant

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German term or phrase:Überbautsein
French translation:construit en montant
Entered by: virg (X)

15:56 Feb 1, 2008
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German term or phrase: Überbautsein
"Körperform von Vierbeiner, bei der der Widerrist ein geringeres Stockmass aufweisst als die Kruppe, wodurch auf der Vorhand eine stärkere Belastung ensteht. Jungtiere sind gewöhnlich überbaut." il est encore question de chevaux.Merci de vos suggestions!!!
virg (X)
Local time: 03:25
construit en montant
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Elvina Tran
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Local time: 03:25
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construit en montant


Explanation:
Mentionné dans le lexique suivant :
http://www.reiterin.de/l/de/u.htm


Example sentence(s):
  • Cheval construit en montant (garrot plus haut que la croupe).
  • Il est aussi préférable d’avoir un cheval « construit en montant » (dont le garrot est plus haut que la croupe)

    Reference: http://haras.du.verseau.free.fr/FRNosCriteresNotreMethodeSel...
    Reference: http://www.af-cheval-frison.com/content/articles/article.php...
Elvina Tran
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Local time: 03:25
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