In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1torcer el gestomolestarseto bridle at sth — molestarse por algo
- Now, will you allow yourself to be saddled and bridled?
- These symbols of solidarity circumscribe the Amish world and bridle the forces of assimilation.
- Some-one please bridle this infamous brute, before it is too late!
- Phyllis was motivated by vindictiveness; others bridled and saddled men for profit.
- But he hoped that they would be bridled: ‘We can control them,’ he said.
2(horse) embridar(horse) ponerle la brida a
- Her tack was resting on a bale of hay in front of the stall, and soon the mare was saddled and bridled.
- She bridled Lady and led both horses out into the rain.
- He saddled and bridled Ebony, untied the halter, and led his horse carefully through the trees.
- I'm the only one who can saddle or bridle him without trouble.
- In the yard a tangle of horses were being bridled and arranged in rough rows.
- There, she found her horse, bridled him, and jumped to his back, not even bothering about a saddle.
- Saddling and bridling a horse would be a subject of its own and I will certainly follow up.
- It was my bay mare, saddled and bridled, and tied by a neck rope to a young tree.
- Occasionally, she would bite at me because she didn't like to be bridled.
- She found Jare after a little bit of hunting and led him back to camp where she bridled him, and mounted.
- Maxim had already saddled and bridled both their horses and was waiting patiently.
- He spent days and nights with one catch-horse always bridled, ready to ride down strays.
- As if of some amazing coincidence, a large white gelding broke from the ruins, still saddled and bridled.
- In the back, behind the inn, their horses were waiting, already saddled and bridled.
- I quickly put on the saddle and placed my helmet on before bridling.
- Soon after, a saddled and bridled chestnut horse came striding into view.
- Then I placed on my helmet and bridled him quickly.
- They learn to saddle and bridle the horse, to brush and feed them, and to clean the stall.
- Katy suddenly forgot she was now supposed to be bridling her horse.
- After letting the others go, Faye held the one remaining horse's head while her companion bridled him.
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