Translation of "muzzle" - English-Spanish dictionary

muzzle

noun uk /ˈmʌz.l̩/ us

the mouth and nose of an animal, especially a dog, or a covering put over this in order to prevent the animal from biting

hocico

the end of a gun barrel, where the bullets come out

boca
verb uk /ˈmʌz.l̩/ us

to put a muzzle on an animal to put a covering on the mouth and nose of an animal to prevent the animal from biting

poner el bozal a
Dangerous dogs should be muzzled.

to stop a person or organization from expressing independent opinions

amordazar
The new Secrecy Act will muzzle the media and the opposition.

(Translation of “muzzle” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

muzzle

noun /ˈmazl/

the jaws and nose of an animal such as a dog.

hocico

an arrangement of straps etc round the muzzle of an animal to prevent it from biting.

bozal

the open end of the barrel of a gun etc.

boca

(Translation of “muzzle” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)