Spanish Word for shepherd  

English Word: shepherd

Spanish Word: pastor
The Spanish Word for shepherd
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German Shepherd
Pastor Alemán
Have you tried the shepherd's tacos?
¿Has probado los tacos al pastor?
It's the shepherd's job to care for his herd.
Es tarea del pastor cuidar de su rebaño.

To which the shepherd boy replied "Ha ha!
Y el pastorcillo: "¡Ja, ja!
Wolf!" cried a shepherd boy who wanted to play a trick on his friends.
¡Al lobo!" gritó un pastorcillo que quiso divertirse un poco a costa de sus amigos.
Wolf!", cried the shepherd boy, but nobody came from the village to help.
¡Al lobo!" , grita el pastorcillo, pero nadie de la aldea interviene.
Now then, on 1 May, I was on a pleasure trip to Macedonia, where I met an elderly Macedonian shepherd whom I stopped to talk to about pensions.
El 1 de mayo estaba yo de vacaciones en Macedonia, donde me encontré con un viejo pastor macedonio con el que me entretuve hablando de pensiones.
The other day, a shepherd told me, ‘twenty-five per cent of my livestock will be going to the slaughterhouse this year.
El otro día me decía un pastor: "Hay un 25 % de mi ganado que este año va a ir al matadero.
Every shepherd has to keep track of every sheep, but no EU institution knows precisely how many laws we have.
Cada pastor debe saber dónde esta cada una de sus ovejas, pero ninguna institución de la UE conoce con precisión cuántas leyes tenemos.
And shepherd's pie labelled "product of the UK" may contain beef from Botswana, Zimbabwe or anywhere else in the world.
Y un pastel de carne que lleve la etiqueta "producto del Reino Unido" puede contener carne de bovino de Botswana, Zimbabwe o cualquier otra parte del mundo.
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