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Translation of "yoke" - English-Spanish dictionary

yoke

noun /jəuk/
a wooden frame placed over the necks of oxen to hold them together when they are pulling a cart etc. yugo a frame placed across a person’s shoulders, for carrying buckets etc. balancín something that weighs people down, or prevents them being free yugo They suffered under the yoke of slavery. the part of a garment that fits over the shoulders and round the neck canesú a black dress with a white yoke.
(Definition of yoke from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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