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nosebag
American English: /ˈnoʊzˌbæɡ/
British English: /ˈnəʊzbaɡ/

Translation of nosebag in Spanish:

noun

  • (Riding)
    Example sentences
    • From that corner, Ivaric realized, there also came a quiet munching sound, as if another horse fed from a nosebag.
    • Three horses were munching happily in nosebags nearby.
    • He drew a nosebag of oats from one of the saddlebags and gave it to the hungry animal.

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