[huhnt-uh-wey] /ˈhʌnt əˌweɪ/ Australian
a sheep dog.
(of a dog) trained to herd sheep.
(NZ) a dog trained to drive sheep at a long distance from the shepherd
noun 1. English Furniture. a semicircular drinking table, often having a groove serving as a guide for coasters and a well for unopened bottles. 2. U.S. Furniture. a high sideboard table, often without drawers, used for serving breakfast before and a collation after a hunt.
noun 1. . noun, Chiefly British. 1. a hunting lodge or house near or in a hunting area for use during the hunting season.
noun, Fox Hunting. 1. a button engraved with the insignia of one’s hunt and worn on the coat and vest as part of the hunt uniform.
[huhnt] /hʌnt/ verb (used with object) 1. to chase or search for (game or other wild animals) for the purpose of catching or killing. 2. to pursue with force, hostility, etc., in order to capture (often followed by down): They hunted him down and hanged him. 3. to search for; seek; endeavor to obtain or […]