Translation of blinker in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈblɪŋkər; ˈblɪŋkə(r)/


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    (blinkers plural)
    (on horse) anteojeras (feminine plural), tapaojos (masculine plural) (Colombia)
    More example sentences
    • Storming Home also proved the value of the controversial sheepskin cheekpieces which are now regularly fitted to horses who find blinkers and visors too claustrophobic.
    • The horse's owner puts leather blinkers close to its eyes so that it can only see what its master wants it to see, not look here or there.
    • This year's fuelled by such high octane horsepower you'll need to pull in the reins and wear blinkers to avoid cantering off course in all directions.

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • [horse] ponerle* anteojeras or (Colombia) tapaojos a they were blinkered by their prejudices sus prejuicios los cegaban

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