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yoke

noun   /jəʊk/
a wooden bar that is fastened over the necks of two animals, especially cattle, and connected to the vehicle or load that they are pulling yugo 920
formal something that connects two things or people, usually in a way that unfairly limits freedom yugo the yoke of marriage Both countries had thrown off the communist yoke.1876
(Definition of yoke from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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