Definitions for Reinreɪn
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one of a pair of long straps (usually connected to the bit or the headpiece) used to control a horse
any means of control
"he took up the reins of government"
harness, rein in, draw rein, rein(verb)
control and direct with or as if by reins
"rein a horse"
rein, rein in(verb)
stop or slow up one's horse or oneself by or as if by pulling the reins
"They reined in in front of the post office"
rein, rein in(verb)
stop or check by or as if by a pull at the reins
"He reined in his horses in front of the post office"
rule, harness, rein(verb)
keep in check
"rule one's temper"
the strap of a bridle, fastened to the curb or snaffle on each side, by which the rider or driver governs the horse
hence, an instrument or means of curbing, restraining, or governing; government; restraint
to govern or direct with the reins; as, to rein a horse one way or another
to restrain; to control; to check
to be guided by reins
Origin: [F. rne, fr. (assumed) LL. retina, fr. L. retinere to hold back. See Retain.]
Reins are items of horse tack, used to direct a horse or other animal used for riding or driving. Reins can be made of leather, nylon, metal, or other materials, and attach to a bridle via either its bit or its noseband.
Translations for Rein
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- по́вад, ле́йцыBelarusian
- юзда́, по́водBulgarian
- regnaCatalan, Valencian
- uzda, otěžCzech
- ohjas, suitsia, ohjastaa, suitset, ohjaFinnish
- jaling, leieWestern Frisian
- srianScottish Gaelic
- дизгин, уздаMacedonian
- teugel, besturenDutch
- lejce, cugiel, wodzePolish
- по́вод, во́жжи, узда́, вожжа́, пово́дьяRussian
- dizgin, дизгин, uzda, уздаSerbo-Croatian
- liace, uzdaSlovak
- tygel, tyglaSwedish
- по́від, ві́жкаUkrainian
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