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saddle British & World English

A seat fastened on the back of a horse or other animal for riding, typically made of leather and raised at the front and rear

saddle-bow British & World English

The pommel of a saddle, or a similar curved part behind the rider

saddle shoe British & World English

An oxford shoe with a piece of leather in a contrasting colour stitched across the instep, typically black or brown on a white shoe

saddle soap British & World English

Soft soap containing neat’s-foot oil, used for cleaning leather

saddle-sore British & World English

A bruise or sore on a horse’s back, caused by pressure or chafing of an ill-fitting saddle

saddle tank British & World English

A small steam locomotive with a water tank that fits over the top and sides of the boiler like a saddle

saddle tree British & World English

A frame around which a saddle is built

side-saddle British & World English

A saddle in which the rider has both feet on the same side of the horse, typically used by a woman rider wearing a skirt

saddle horse British & World English

A wooden frame or stand on which saddles are cleaned or stored

saddle stitch British & World English

A stitch of thread or a wire staple passed through the fold of a magazine or booklet

dryad's saddle British & World English

A common bracket fungus having a scaly yellowish-brown upper surface, found in both Eurasia and North America and edible when young

Western saddle British & World English

A saddle with a deep seat, high pommel and cantle, and broad stirrups

American Saddle Horse British & World English

A light, strong horse of a breed developed in America to be comfortable to ride over long distances

a burr under someone's saddle in burr British & World English

A persistent source of irritation

a burr under someone's saddle British & World English

A persistent source of irritation

saddlebag British & World English

Each of a pair of bags attached behind the saddle on a horse, bicycle, or motorcycle

packsaddle British & World English

A horse’s saddle adapted for supporting loads

saddleback British & World English

A tower roof which has two opposite gables connected by a pitched section

saddlecloth British & World English

A cloth laid on a horse’s back under the saddle

oyster British & World English

Any of a number of bivalve molluscs with rough irregular shells. Several kinds are eaten (especially raw) as a delicacy and may be farmed for food or pearls:

gall midge British & World English

A small, delicate fly which induces gall formation in plants or may cause other damage to crops

saddle oysters in oyster British & World English

Any of a number of bivalve molluscs with rough irregular shells. Several kinds are eaten (especially raw) as a delicacy and may be farmed for food or pearls:

saddle gall midge in gall midge British & World English

A small, delicate fly which induces gall formation in plants or may cause other damage to crops

saddle English Thesaurus

they were unwilling to be saddled with children

saddle English-Spanish

silla f (de montar), montura f

saddle-back English-Spanish

ensillado

saddle-bag English-Spanish

alforja f

saddle sore English-Spanish

to be saddle sore

saddle up English-Spanish

ensillar

to be saddle sore in saddle sore English-Spanish

estar* dolorido de tanto montar

she swung up into the saddle in swing English-Spanish

se montó en la silla de un salto

he swung himself into the saddle in swing English-Spanish

se montó en la silla de un salto

Blue Velvet has a new rider in the saddle today in saddle English-Spanish

otro jinete monta hoy a Blue Velvet, Blue Velvet corre hoy con un nuevo jinete en la monta

with a new man in the saddle, things will be very different in saddle English-Spanish

las cosas van a cambiar con alguien nuevo al mando


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