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Translation of "harness" - English-Turkish dictionary

harness

noun [C]     /ˈhɑːnɪs/
FOR HORSES
a set of straps fastened around a horse's body and connecting it to a vehicle that it will pull koşum takımı Cords, ropes, cables and string
FOR PEOPLE
a set of strong, flat ropes that fasten equipment to your body or fasten you to a vehicle to prevent you from moving too much kayış, emniyet kayışı/bağı All climbers must wear safety harnesses and helmets.Cords, ropes, cables and string
Translations of “harness”
in Vietnamese bộ yên cương (ngựa)…
in Spanish arneses, guarniciones, arreos…
in Thai บังเหียน…
in Malaysian abah-abah…
in French harnais…
in German das Geschirr…
in Chinese (Traditional) 輓具, 繫帶…
in Indonesian pakaian kuda…
in Russian упряжь, крепление, ремни (безопасности)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 挽具, 系带…
in Polish uprząż, szelki…
(Definition of harness noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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