verb (used without object), ro·de·oed, ro·de·o·ing. to participate or compete in a rodeo or rodeos: He’s been rodeoing since he was twelve.
Rodeo (/ˈroʊdiːoʊ/ or /roʊˈdeɪ. oʊ/) is a competitive equestrian sport that arose out of the working practices of cattle herding in Spain and Mexico, expanding throughout the Americas and to other nations.
Most plural forms are created by simply adding an -s or –es to the end of the singular word. For example, there’s one dog ( singular ), but three dogs ( plural ). However, English has both regular and irregular plural nouns.
studio ( plural studios)
yacht /ˈjɑːt/ noun. plural yachts .
The Reno Rodeo . Prescott Frontier Days: World’s Oldest Rodeo . Greeley Stampede. Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo . Pendleton Round-Up. Weekley Brothers Davie Pro Rodeo . Ellensburg Rodeo . National Western Stock Show & Rodeo .
Other animal welfare groups, including the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), also object to rodeos . The ASPCA calls them “a cruel form of entertainment that involves the painful, stressful and potentially harmful treatment of livestock”.
The rodeo word for a bull or bronc “kicking” in rough stock events. Bulldogger: Otherwise known as a steer wrestler, this is the cowboy who wrestles the steer to the ground.
You can use two plurals in a sentence and more if necessary. When using more than two plurals in a sentence , you just need to make sure that you follow the rules, using plurals in agreement with nouns , verbs, and adjectives.
The plural form of my is our.
The plural form of example is examples .
It’s interesting to note that the Oxford English Dictionary’s Oxford Dictionaries site’s sole definition of zeroes is related to zero as a verb, e.g. “watch as he zeroes his sights on the target”; not as the plural of zero . It states that the plural of zero is zeros.
noun plural wolves (wʊlvz)
cliff . Plural . cliffs . The plural form of cliff ; more than one (kind of) cliff .