saddle ( saddles plural & 3rd person present) ( saddling present participle) ( saddled past tense & past participle )
1 n-count A saddle is a leather seat that you put on the back of an animal so that you can ride the animal.
2 verb If you saddle a horse, you put a saddle on it so that you can ride it.
Why don't we saddle a couple of horses and go for a ride? V n
Saddle up means the same as saddle., phrasal verb
I want to be gone from here as soon as we can saddle up... V P
She saddled up a horse. V P n (not pron)
3 n-count A saddle is a seat on a bicycle or motorcycle.
4 verb If you saddle someone with a problem or with a responsibility, you put them in a position where they have to deal with it. The war devastated the economy and saddled the country with a huge foreign debt. V n with n
When you ride a horse side-saddle, you sit on a special saddle with both your legs on one side rather than one leg on each side of the horse. adv ADV after v
Naomi was given a pony and taught to ride side-saddle.
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vb burden, charge, encumber, load, lumber (Brit. informal) task, tax
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