rein

listen to the pronunciation of rein
Englisch - Türkisch
dizgin

Yaldızlı dizginler daha iyi bir at yapmazlar. - Gilded reins do not make for a better horse.

Altın dizginler daha iyi bir at yapmazlar. - Golden reins do not make a better horse.

{i} kontrol
dizginini çekip durdurmak
başıboş
yular
idare etmek
{i} idare
rein up dizginini çekip durdurmak
başıboş bırakmak
reinlessdizginsiz
idare vasıtaları
dizgin ile idare etmek
{i} dizginleme
i., gen. çoğ. dizgin, yular. f. in/up dizginini çekip durdurmak
give rein to dizginini salıvermek
dizginini çekmek
rein in
dizginlemek
rein in
dizginini çekip durdurmak
rein up
dizginini çekip durdurmak
rein in
yavaş gitmek
rein in
dizgini çekip durdurmak
rein deer
reın geyik
rein forced
zorla dizgin
rein the horse in
at dizgin
rein back
frenlemek
rein back
dizginlemek
rein back
gem vurmak
rein in
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- zaptetmek , tutmak 2- durmak
rein in
kotrol altında tutmak
rein in
idare etmek
rein up
(Fiili Deyim ) atı durdurmak
reins
böbrekler
give rein to
başıboş bırakmak
give rein to
dizginini salıvermek
give rein to
-in dizginini salıvermek
give rein to
-i başıboş bırakmak
keep a tight rein on
kontrol altında tutmak
keep a tight rein on
ensesinde boza pişirmek
reins
bel
convectional rein
yerel yağmur
give free rein to
duyguları serbest bırakmak
give free rein to
kaptırmak
keep a tight rein on
dizginlemek
keep a tight rein on
sıkı denetlemek
draw rein
dizginleri çekmek
free rein
başıboş
give rein
kaptırmak
give the rein to unbridle
reın dizginini çıkarmak vermek
harness, rein
koşum, pekiştirme
draw rein
durmak
give free rein to
kapılmak
give free rein to
dizginlememek
give free rein to
engel olmamak
give free rein to
başıboş bırakmak
give free rein to someone
(deyim) dizginleri gevşetmek
give rein to
kapılmak
give rein to
dizginlerini vermek
give rein to
engel olmamak
give rein to
kaptırmak
reins
yürüme kayış
reins
{i} dizginler

Yaldızlı dizginler daha iyi bir at yapmazlar. - Gilded reins do not make for a better horse.

Altın dizginler daha iyi bir at yapmazlar. - Golden reins do not make a better horse.

reins
(isim) dizginler
reins
böğürler
Englisch - Englisch
A strap or rope attached to the bridle or bit, used to control a horse, animal or young child
(Can we clean up() this sense?) To stop or restrain a horse. Also used figuratively

President’s Budget: A Solid Step To Rein in Spending.

To direct or stop a horse by using reins
a step attached to the bit for controlling a horse or other draft-animal
{n} part of a bridle, the act of governing
{v} to govern, rule, restrain, control, run
A strap or rope attached to the bridle or bit, used to control a horse or other animal
one of a pair of long straps (usually connected to the bit or the headpiece) used to control a horse
To restrain; to control; to check
Journalists sometimes use the expression the reins or the reins of power to refer to the control of a country or organization. He was determined to see the party keep a hold on the reins of power
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"
{i} long thin strap on an animal's harness; means of control, restraint
keep in check; "rule one's temper"
leather strap attached to the bridle of a horse, as in: To tell the horse you want to turn right, give a gentle pull on the right rein
Hence, an instrument or means of curbing, restraining, or governing; government; restraint
control and direct with or as if by reins; "rein a horse"
to stop or restrain a horse. Also used figuratively"
{f} control, restrain; control an animal by pulling on the reins
To be guided by reins
Lord R , Noble at the court of Amber, friend of Prince Corwin
Reins are the thin leather straps attached round a horse's neck which are used to control the horse
any means of control; "he took up the reins of government"
To govern or direct with the reins; as, to rein a horse one way or another
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"
stop or check by or as if by a pull at the reins; "He reined in his horses in front of the post office"
The strap of a bridle, fastened to the curb or snaffle on each side, by which the rider or driver governs the horse
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
If you give free rein to someone, you give them a lot of freedom to do what they want. The government continued to believe it should give free rein to the private sector in transport
If you keep a tight rein on someone, you control them firmly. Her parents had kept her on a tight rein with their narrow and inflexible views
rein in
To stop or slow a horse by pulling the reins
rein in
To stop or slow something, by exercising control
rein up
To stop, to cause to come to a halt
rein up
To stop, to halt riding a horse by pulling on the reins

He said to himself that no doubt they would save her; the doctors would discover some remedy surely. He remembered all the miraculous cures he had been told about. Then she appeared to him dead. She was there; before his eyes, lying on her back in the middle of the road. He reined up, and the hallucination disappeared.

rein-in
Alternative spelling of rein in
rein back
To rein back something such as spending means to control it strictly. The government would try to rein back inflation
rein in
To rein in something means to control it. His administration's economic policy would focus on reining in inflation Mary spoiled both her children, then tried too late to rein them in
rein in
cause a horse to slow down or stop by pulling on the reins; cause oneself to slow down or stop; guide or control with or as with a set of reins
rein orchid
any of several American wildflowers with a kidney-shaped lip
free rein
the absence of constraints; freedom to make decisions

securing for himself an undivided authority and a free rein for his profligacy.

free rein
loose rein, as of a horse

So ceased the sea's uproar, when its grave SireLooked o'er th' expanse, and, riding on in light,Flung free rein to his winged obedient car.

lungeing rein
A piece of cotton or nylon webbing, usually around 25mm wide by about 20 metres (or longer) in length, attached with a swivel to the bridle, lungeing cavesson, or headcollar of a horse to provide control while exercising or training it
reins
plural form of rein
reins
The lower part of the back
reins
The kidneys
reins
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rein
reins
{n} the kidneys, loins, hips, lower back
alaska rein orchid
similar to coastal rein orchid but with smaller flowers; Alaska to Baja California and east to the Dakotas and Colorado
bearing rein
A short rein looped over the check hook or the hames to keep the horse's head up; called in the United States a checkrein
bearing rein
A rein for a horse; a checkrein
bearing rein
a rein designed to keep the horse's head in the desired position
bog rein orchid
orchid with spikes of many fragrant white flowers on erect leafy stems; of wet or boggy ground through most of the West and northern North America
coastal rein orchid
stout orchid of central California to northern Washington having racemes of white fragrant bilaterally symmetrical flowers
draw rein
restrain with a bridle; slow down; stop
free rein
{i} freedom of action, right of expressing oneself about any subject and in any forum, freedom of expression
free rein
Unlimited freedom to act or make decisions: gave me free rein to reorganize the department
free rein
the removal of constraints; "he gave free rein to his impulses"; "they gave full play to the artist's talent
gave free rein
allowed total freedom
give rein to
allow to move freely, allow to act without restraints, set free
leading rein
rein to direct the horse's head left or right
reined
past of rein
reining
Type of Western riding in which advanced movements such as spins and slides are executed in various patterns
reining
For these classes, the most advanced Western riders perform an individual, pre-assigned pattern from memory, demonstrating a variety of stops, turns and figures in various speeds The emphasis is on the technical application of natural aids and the rider's ability to show unfamiliar horses
reining
A type of western riding in which the rider and horse perform an assigned pattern from memory, demonstrating various figures, stops, and turns at varying speeds
reining
present participle of rein
reining
It is a Western style of riding that demonstrates tremendous agility in turning, stopping, lead changing, and more For these classes, the most advanced Western riders perform an individual, pre-assigned pattern from memory, demonstrating a variety of stops, turns, and figures in various speeds The emphasis is on the technical application of natural aids and the rider's ability to show unfamiliar horses
reins
The inward impulses; the affections and passions; so called because formerly supposed to have their seat in the part of the body where the kidneys are
reins
power to control; "the reins of government
reins
third-person singular of rein
reins
plural of rein
reins
{i} controlling power, governing power
reins
The kidneys; also, the region of the kidneys; the loins
reins
power to control; "the reins of government"
round-leaved rein orchid
orchid having a raceme of large greenish-white flowers on a single flower stalk growing between two elliptic or round basal leaves lying on the ground; from northern Oregon and Montana across Canada to the eastern United States
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