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Meaning of “leash” - Learner’s Dictionary

leash

noun [C]     /liːʃ/ ( also UK lead)
a chain or piece of leather fixed to a dog's collar so that it can be controlledFastening and tying
Translations of “leash”
in Arabic طَوق الكَلب…
in Korean 가죽끈…
in Malaysian tali cawak…
in French laisse…
in Turkish tasma, zincir, kayış…
in Italian guinzaglio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 領,牽…
in Russian поводок…
in Polish smycz…
in Vietnamese dây buộc chó…
in Spanish correa…
in Portuguese coleira…
in Thai ปลอกคอ…
in German die (Koppel)Leine…
in Catalan corretja…
in Japanese (動物をつなぐ)綱ひも…
in Indonesian pengikat anjing…
in Chinese (Simplified) 领,牵…
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