• 「Bridle」を含む文の意味

    1. 文の意味
    2. bridle When you're riding a horse and scream "Whoa!" to make it stop, you're pulling on the reins, which are attached to a thing called the bridle, the buckled straps around a horse's head that help you control its movements. bridal / bridle Bridal is related to a bride, but bridle refers to a part of a horse’s harness and what you do with it. Although the words sound the same, they run in different circles unless you’re getting a horse ready for her wedding. The word bridle comes from the Old English bridel meaning "rein, curb, restraint," which is precisely what the purpose of a bridle is — to help restrain a horse's movements when necessary. You can bridle a horse, which is the act of putting a bridle on it. If you yank too hard on the reins, your horse might bridle, or take offense to your aggressiveness, just like you might bridle if someone insulted you.

  • 「Bridle」と類似する言葉 その違い

    1. 類似する言葉
    2. The bridle goes over the horses head and holds the bit that goes in the horses mouth. The reins connect to the bit and control the horses movement.

  • 「Bridle」についての他の質問

    1. 他の質問
    2. The sentence is correct. But it's more common to say "control your temper" or "rein in your temper".