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Spanish translation of “rein”

rein

noun /rein/
(usually in plural) one of two straps attached to a bridle for guiding a horse.
rienda
(in plural ) straps fitted round a toddler so that he can be prevented from straying in the street etc.
andadores
rein in phrasal verb to stop or restrain (a horse etc) by pulling on its reins.
refrenar
(Definition of rein from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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