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Translation of "leash" - English-Spanish dictionary

leash

noun /liːʃ/ ( UK also lead)
a chain, piece of leather, etc. that you attach to a dog’s neck and hold in order to control the dog correa Dogs must be kept on a leash.
(Definition of leash from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

leash

noun /liːʃ/
a strip of leather or piece of chain attached to a collar round its neck by which a dog etc is held correa Terry let the dog off the leash.
(Definition of leash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “leash”
in Korean 가죽끈…
in Arabic طَوق الكَلب…
in Malaysian tali cawak…
in French laisse…
in Russian поводок…
in Chinese (Traditional) 領,牽…
in Italian guinzaglio…
in Turkish tasma, zincir, kayış…
in Polish smycz…
in Vietnamese dây buộc chó…
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 Chinese (Simplified) 领,牵…
in Indonesian pengikat anjing…
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