Platero

All Noun
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  • We heard the doctor say that Platero was going to die. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • One morning Platero's master found him lying on his straw bed. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • The children are going to make Platero play with them. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • This afternoon I went with the children to see Platero's grave. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • Platero's master saw them pass the window. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • But his master said that Platero had won the race and that it was right to reward him in some way. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • Platero does not like to go to the bullfight; he goes to the country with his master. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • And Platero reached the tree before any one. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • Platero's master used to like to hear him bray. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • In winter Platero's master does not wake up until he hears him bray. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • Platero stopped drinking, raised his head and listened to the flight of the ducks. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • The prize was a book, but as Platero could not read, they made a wreath and put it on his head. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • Platero was wandering among the pines, and drawing near to the children, he lay down on the ground and fell asleep. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • They played various concerts as support bands for Extremoduro and Platero y tu despite still having a small following.
  • But, Platero and Almirante would have been such good friends! Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • Platero's master hitched him to the cart and he pulled it up the slope. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • Platero was also in the garden playing with a butterfly. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • Platero was a gymnast before he began dancing at age 16.
  • Whenever he hears Platero, he thinks of the poor donkeys of the gypsies who give them arsenic so that they will be strong. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
  • It is used figuratively here to suggest the joyous eagerness with which Platero answers his master's call. Cited from Platero Y Yo, by Juan Ramon Jimenez
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