listen to the pronunciation of cowboy
English - Turkish

Onu son gördüğümde Tom kovboy şapkası giyiyordu. - Tom was wearing a cowboy hat the last time I saw him.

Bir kovboy sığırları otlağa götürüyor. - A cowboy is driving cattle to the pasture.

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cowboy boot
kovboy çizmesi
cowboy boots
kovboy çizmesi
cowboy hat
kovboy şapkası
midnight cowboy
gece yarısı kovboy
English - English
A man who identifies with cowboy culture, including wearing a cowboy hat and being a fan of country and western music
A dishonest and incompetent independent tradesman
To work as a cowboy, herding cattle

I still had never ridden or cowboyed, and I wanted to learn something about it. I'd been making the damn saddles for years but didn't know how to use them.

A man who tends free-range cattle, especially in the American West
A king (the playing card)
a hired hand who tends cattle and performs other duties on horseback
a performer who gives exhibitions of riding and roping and bulldogging
disapproval You can refer to someone who runs a business as a cowboy if they run it dishonestly or are not experienced, skilful, or careful in their work. We don't want to look like a bunch of cowboys. Horseman skilled at handling cattle in the U.S. West. From 1820, cowboys were employed in small numbers on Texas ranches, where they had learned the skills of the vaquero (Spanish: "cowboy"). After the Civil War, their numbers rapidly multiplied as cattle raising evolved into a lucrative industry throughout the western territories. Cowboys rounded up and branded the cattle, kept watch over the herd, and drove those ready for market to railroad towns. As the agricultural frontier moved west, the open range was transformed into farms, and by 1890 cowboys had been forced to settle on ranches. The romance of their image lived on in U.S. folklore and through movies and television
A cattle herder; a drover; specifically, one of an adventurous class of herders and drovers on the plains of the Western and Southwestern United States
someone who is reckless or irresponsible (especially in driving vehicles)
A cowboy is a male character in a western. cowboy films
Holding the knees apart in a somersault to speed up rotation
A nickname for Kings, more often heard in the plural
a dishonest and incompetent independent tradesman. A cowboy plumber may collect a large fee in advance, and leave floods and the need for expensive corrective work behind
a person from the US West or Southwest
{i} man who works with cattle; rodeo rider
a person who tends cattle in the US West or Southwest
a person who dresses like a US cowboy, especially one who wears a cowboy hat
One of the marauders who, in the Revolutionary War infested the neutral ground between the American and British lines, and committed depredations on the Americans
a person who tends cattle
A cowboy is a man employed to look after cattle in North America, especially in former times
a hired hand who tends cattle and performs other duties on horseback someone who is reckless or irresponsible (especially in driving vehicles) a performer who gives exhibitions of riding and roping and bulldogging
Generally a ranch hand that was skilled in various ranch duties such as bronc busting, roundup, roping, and riding and possessed a great knowledge of horses Many Canadian cowboys came to the prairies from the United States while others were from the British upper-middle classes Most were employed on the southern ranches and took part in the annual round-up The image of the cowboy has been wildly romanticized by Hollywood in the twentieth century as an independent, rough and tough figure bedecked in chaps, with a six-shooter at his side, cowboy boots and, of course, his cowboy hat Their myth, as much as their reality, has come to symbolize the western life and spirit
a fan of Country-Western music
cow puncher
{i} cowhand
{i} cowpuncher
{i} cowpoke
cowboy caviar
Baked beans (various different recipes)
cowboy hat
A broad-brimmed hat worn by cowboys, ranchers, and farmers, common in the western United States and Mexico
cowboy hats
plural form of cowboy hat
cowboy plumber
A person who has associations of dishonesty and unreliability
cowboy plumber
(deyim) A person that calls himself a plumber but he isn't really. He gets plumbing work under false pretences. It could be a cowboy electrician/builder/roofer/carpenter etc
cowboy boot
a boot with a high arch and fancy stitching; worn by American cowboys
cowboy boot
n. A high-arched boot with a high Cuban heel and usually ornamental stitching
cowboy boots
strong leather boots worn by cattle ranchers
cowboy hat
a hat with a wide brim and a soft crown; worn by American ranch hands
cowboy hat
A felt hat having a tall crown and very wide brim. Also called ten-gallon hat. a hat with a wide circular edge and a soft round top Stetson
two kings as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em
Urban Cowboy
person living in the city that dresses in Western-style clothes
Urban Cowboy
The title of a 1980 movie starring John Travolta and Debra Winger
Urban Cowboy
Pop-styled country music which became popular during the early 1980s, following the release of the 1980 movie "Urban Cowboy."
singing cowboy
A subgenre of country music and western music honoring the cowboy life and the West
singing cowboy
A cowboy who sings
A cowboy
A cowboy
A cowboy
two kings as a starting hand in Texas hold em
Any of various high school and collegiate teams so named
A professional football team located in Dallas, Texas
{i} name of the athletic teams at Oklahoma State University (USA); professional football team from Dallas (Texas, USA)
Midnight Cowboy
1969 film starring Dustin Hoffman
a cowboy
plural of cowboy