trot along

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vi (horse, person)traben; (pony)zockeln; (small child)trippeln; (= go away)abmarschieren; to trot along behind somebodyhinter jdm hertraben etc
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Toto ran after her at times, barking joyously the while, only to become sober again and trot along at Dorothy's heels.
The sound of horse's hoofs approaching at a trot along the line of hussars was heard, and out of the foggy darkness the figure of a sergeant of hussars suddenly appeared, looming huge as an elephant.
Trot along quickly with your little feet, and get home safely.
Excluding politicians in other parties from the search for an answer, vindicating Jeremy Corbyn's decision not to trot along to a No10 PR stunt, is a no-hope strategy.
After the third attempt Doc gave up trying to shoo her back to the house and reluctantly allowed her to trot along with us.
Early morning trot along Saltburn beach, by Betty Millington, of Guisborough
Newport-born Miss Webb suffered serious head injuries after she landed heavily onto the country road she had taken her steed, Sully, for a trot along.
A leisurely trot along the course of a river, past fragrant alpine roses and deep into a mountainous side valley, offers a wonderfully contemplative experience.
He began to trot along the ravine and I was able to draw and bleat him to a stop long enough to send my 100-grain Grim Reaper right into the front of his shoulder.
GO EXPLORING Saddleup for a horse ride into the countryside, then cool off with a trot along the beach.
And her sisters Kate Jones and Gale Quigley will trot along beside her.