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cinchnoun [C]

us   /sɪntʃ/
  • cinch noun [C] (SOMETHING EASY)

infml something that is very easy or certain to be done or happen: Training a puppy is a cinch if you bribe him with treats.
  • cinch noun [C] (STRAP)

a strap that goes around esp. a horse to hold the saddle (= the seat put on an animal for a rider) in place
cinch
verb [T] us   /sɪntʃ/
My guide cinched the llama’s saddle tight enough to stay in place.
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