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What does gone to the stud mean?
Well, stud is another word for stallion usually, when he is put up for "stud" it means he is offering coverings, or is availble for breeding purposes. When you say "gone to stud" the mare has either gone to the stallion to be bred, or here's another one. Sometimes, and this happens to Thoroughbreds a lot, when their racing career is over, they are put out to stud, which means they earn money by breeding them. So gone to stud can mean two things: 1. It could mean the mare has been sent to be bred. or 2. The stallion has been put out to stud, or has gone to stud, meaning that he is now availble to cover other females.
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A stud in horse terms means that there is a set price for the stallion to mate with a mare. He is usually not for sale. Answer2: Many people wrongly assume the term stud refer…s to a stallion, but really it refers to the breeding farm itself. That's why you'll see the term 'Stallion at stud' listed in horse magazines and on websites. However nowadays the term is used interchangeably for the farm and the stallion itself, although the correct term for the stallion would be 'stud stallion'.
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Cornish expression for "wacky" or "crazy."
It means that the owners of this particular male dog think he is good enough to be bred and he is standing at stud, meaning he is available for a fee or a pup back to breed to… someone else's female.
Stallion at stud mean that a stallion is standing at a breeding farm which is called a stud and you can pay to have your mare bred to him.
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A "stud" is a term usually referring to the intention of using the stallion for breeding purposes only, where there is a fee/value placed on him as a sire of quality hor…ses. The horse/stallion isn't for sale, rather his stud duties are for sale. For example an ad may say something like: "Champion Thoroughbred stallion at stud, $50,000 live foal guarantee". Some people refer to their stallions as "studs" because they are old enough to reproduce and can be used for breeding. Usually, the term is reserved just for mature male horses that really are used for breeding (not just capable of it) and not much else, such as a retired male champion race horse.
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It means that they are a big tough macho man or ladies man. it could also mean hes sexually active and whatnot. it really depends on what context a person is using it. it can… sometimes mean hes hot or a real tough guy.. or just a hardcore player.
long gone means not used anymore
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That a person, service, or product has taken a sharp decline and no longer meets expectations.
"Naught" is Middle English for "No," or "nothing." (Zeros in a number were once known as "naughts"). "Gone for naught" means "Gone for nothing." Therefore, "Not gone for naugh…t," means "Not gone for nothing," or another way to put it: "Not in vain."