There are 2 translations of saddle in Spanish:

saddle1

Pronunciation: /ˈsædl/

n

  • 1 countable/numerable (on horse) silla (f) (de montar), montura (f); (on bicycle) sillín (m), asiento (m) to be in the saddle with a new man in the saddle, things will be very different las cosas van a cambiar con alguien nuevo al mando she's back in the saddle now ha vuelto a tomar or (especially Spain/especialmente España) coger las riendas Blue Velvet has a new rider in the saddle today otro jinete monta hoy a Blue Velvet, Blue Velvet corre hoy con un nuevo jinete en la monta (before noun/delante del nombre) saddle horse caballo (masculine) de silla
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    • Proper Tuareg riding saddles are placed in front of the camel's hump and you sit cross-legged with your bare feet resting on the camel's neck.
    • The accounts amaze me; horse bites, riding runaway horses, saddles that fall off, getting kicked, and all because the horse owner did not give any instruction beforehand.
    • On the manager's office's left side was a grand, immense tack room, holding saddles, bridles, leathers, irons, and all assortments of tack to a large magnitude.
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    • Perhaps it's time for scientists to take a second look at toilet seats, bicycle saddles and other gym equipment.
    • For years we've been warning you that hard bicycle saddles can press against the nerves and blood vessels that lead to your happy place, potentially resulting in numbness and even impotence.
    • In the last few weeks I have written about many topics such as goal setting, traveling, and bicycle saddles but I have overlooked a fundamental topic the sport of cycling.
  • 2 countable/numerable (of hill) ensillada (f), collado (m)
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    • For five rainy days he tramped ever-widening circles out from the base, traversing ridges and saddles and moiling through valleys while the armed guard followed him every step of the way.
    • A small shoal of barracuda patrol a saddle in the ridge, but there are not the enormous shoals of barracuda or trevally to be found at Richelieu Rock.
    • From its porch, you see a snow-covered moonscape of ridges and saddles.

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There are 2 translations of saddle in Spanish:

saddle2

vt

  • 1.1

    saddle (up)

    [horse/camel] ensillar
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    • In the light of a lantern Wiley Thomas was saddling up his horse and adjusting his saddle bags.
    • They saw Darryl there, saddling up his favorite horse, named May.
    • I do remember overhearing them one other time while they were saddling up their horses.
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    • John Gosden has a powerful squad of horses at his disposal again this season and the Manton trainer saddles a promising filly in Lurina in the Directa Gaffa Maiden Stakes.
    • There was joy on the double for racing's first Lady Jessica Harrington at Leopardstown as the County Kildare trainer saddled the winners of the two feature races.
    • A year ago the Lambourn trainer saddled Haafhd to win this Group 3 race before that colt went on to 2,000 Guineas glory a fortnight later.
    1.2 (burden) [colloquial/familiar] cargar*to saddle sb with sth/sb to saddle oneself with obligations cargarse* de obligaciones we're saddled with this responsibility/with him tenemos que cargar con la responsabilidad/con él in the end I got saddled with the job al final me encajaron or me endilgaron el trabajito a mí [colloquial/familiar]
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    • You realise you are saddled with responsibilities.
    • Then it just might be possible to have her be guardian for the others, but why should such a young person be saddled with responsibility like that?
    • It said the knock-on effect of this would be that people were saddled with debt for longer and would be unable to get on to the housing ladder or start paying into a pension until much later in life.

Phrasal verbs

saddle up

verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio ensillar 1.1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio, verbo + adverbio + complemento saddle2 1

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