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bridlenoun [C]

 us   /ˈbrɑɪ·dəl/
  • bridle noun [C] (LEATHER STRAPS)

a set of leather straps that are put around a horse’s head to allow its rider to control it

bridleverb [I]

 us   /ˈbrɑɪd·əl/
  • bridle verb [I] (SHOW ANGER)

to show annoyance or anger: Homeowners bridled at the new regulations.
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Translations of “bridle”
in Korean 굴레…
in Arabic لِجام…
in Malaysian kekang…
in French bride…
in Russian уздечка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 馬籠頭, 馬勒…
in Italian briglia…
in Turkish ata takılan gem, yular…
in Polish uzda…
in Spanish brida…
in Vietnamese dây cương ngựa…
in Portuguese freio, (de cavalo)…
in Thai บังเหียน…
in German das Zaumzeug…
in Catalan brida…
in Japanese 馬勒(ばろく:おもがい、くつわ、手綱など)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 马笼头, 马勒…
in Indonesian kendali…
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