Definition of 'saddle'
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Wulfgar rose and saddled the horses and brought them forward. THE WOLF AND THE DOVEThis is a radical reimagining of the bicycle saddle. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The seat suspended inside is made from natural saddle leather. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The country had saddled itself with debt which took until this year to completely pay off. The Sun (2015)Within three she will be back in the saddle. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The fool would put a saddle backwards if left alone. THE WOLF AND THE DOVEThey have two large pockets which are positioned behind the saddle flap on either side. Your First Horse - buying, feeding, caring (1989)Jos bade his man saddle the horses at once. Vanity Fair (1837)They are shaped liked bicycle saddles and can be folded away to save space. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Place these to one side while you saddle soap the leather. Your First Horse - buying, feeding, caring (1989)Somehow he got back into the saddle. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Spread your saddles of rabbit out flat, so that they slightly overlap. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Then she turns to the chair next to her, lifting a saddle apparatus with harnesses onto it. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We loved the stylishly presented lobster soup with crab and chilli toast, followed by flavoursome smoked saddle of lamb with saffron sauce. The Sun (2014)What looked like a masterstroke three years ago, now seems like a poorly timed deal that has saddled the group with uncomfortable debts. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Meanwhile, consumers are in the saddle, and ride the retail sector. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Cowboy builders, it's time to saddle up and ride out of town. The Sun (2016)The boom was much bigger than Berlin bargained for, which means the country is now saddled with a huge supply surplus. Times, Sunday Times (2014)As they tucked into Dorset crab and saddle of lamb, guests had to make do with a video message from the great man. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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British English: saddle /ˈsædl/ NOUN
A saddle is a leather seat that you put on the back of an animal so that you can ride the animal.
- American English: saddle
- Arabic: سَرْج
- Brazilian Portuguese: sela
- Chinese: 马鞍
- Croatian: sedlo
- Czech: sedlo koňské
- Danish: sadel
- Dutch: zadel
- European Spanish: silla de montar
- Finnish: satula
- French: selle
- German: Sattel
- Greek: σέλα
- Italian: sella
- Japanese: サドル
- Korean: 안장
- Norwegian: sal
- Polish: siodło
- European Portuguese: sela
- Romanian: șa
- Russian: седло
- Spanish: silla de montar
- Swedish: sadel
- Thai: อาน
- Turkish: semer
- Ukrainian: сідло
- Vietnamese: yên
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