Significado de “saddle” - en el Diccionario Inglés

saddle en inglés británico

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saddlenoun

uk /ˈsæd.əl/ us /ˈsæd.əl/

saddle noun (SEAT)

C2 [ C ] a seat, often made of leather, used on a horse, bicycle, motorcycle, etc.:

He swung himself into the saddle and rode off.
See also
in the saddle

in charge or in control:

The chairman is back in the saddle after his heart attack.

Más ejemplos

  • My bike needs a new saddle.
  • The saddle is too hard.
  • I find the saddle a bit uncomfortable.
  • Could you lower the saddle for me?
  • That saddle needs a good polish.

saddleverb [ T ]

uk /ˈsæd.əl/ us /ˈsæd.əl/

(Definición de saddle del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

saddle en inglés americano

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saddlenoun [ C ]

us /ˈsæd·əl/

a seat, usually made of leather, fastened on the back of a horse for a rider

A saddle is also a seat on a bicycle or motorcycle.

saddleverb [ T ]

us /ˈsæd·əl/

to put a saddle on a horse:

She saddled her pony and went riding.

(Definición de saddle del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

saddle en inglés de negocios

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saddlenoun

uk /ˈsædl/ us
in the saddle informal

having a position in which you are in control of something:

Evans is retiring after 14 years in the saddle as chief executive.

(Definición de saddle del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)