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bridle
/ braɪdl̩ /

glagol

1. To put a bridle on.
2. To respond to the reins, said of horses.

chasten
/ tʃeɪsn̩ /

glagol

Sinonimi:
moderate · temper

Sinonimi:
castigate · chastise · correct · moderate · objurgate · subdue · tame · temper

To restrain or temper; SYN. moderate, temper.
1. To correct by punishment or suffering; discipline; also; purify
2. To prune (as a work or style of art) of excess, pretense, or falsity; refine
3. To cause to be more humble or restrained; subdue

coerce
/ koʊɜːs /

glagol

Sinonimi:
pressure · force

Sinonimi:
force · hale · pressure · squeeze

To cause to do through pressure or necessity, by physical, moral or intellectual means ; SYN. pressure, force.

curb
/ kɝːb /

glagol

Sinonimi:
check · conquer · contain · control · curtail · cut back · hold · hold in · inhibit · moderate · restrict · stamp down · subdue · suppress

To keep in check; to restrain.
To keep to the curb.

hold
/ hoʊld /

glagolgramatika

Sinonimi:
accommodate · adjudge · admit · agree · apply · arrest · bear · bind · book · carry · check · concord · concur · confine · contain · control · curb · declare · deem · defend · defy · entertain · give · go for · guard · halt · harbor · harbour · have · have got · hold back · hold in · hold out · hold over · hold up · keep · keep apart · keep back · keep down · keep in · keep off · keep out · keep up · maintain · make · moderat · nurse · obligate · oblige · obtain · prevail · reserve · restrain · retain · support · sustain · take · take for · take hold · throw · view as · withstand

(Irregular preterit, past participle: held).
1. To aim, point, or direct.
2. To assert or affirm.
3. To be the support of; also metaphorically; SYN. support, sustain, hold up.
4. To contain or hold; have within; SYN. bear, carry, contain.
5. To cover as for protection against noise or smell.
6. To have as a major characteristic.
7. To have or hold in one's hands; also metaphorically; SYN. take hold.
8. To hold the attention of.
9. To keep from departing.
10. To keep from exhaling or expelling.
11. To organize or be responsible for;,, etc.; SYN. throw, have, make, give.
12. To remain committed to.
13. To remain in a certain state, position, or condition.
14. To stop dealing with.
15. To support or hold in a certain manner; SYN. carry, bear.
16. To take and maintain control over, often by violent means.

moderate
/ mɑːdərət /

glagol

Sinonimi:
chair · lead

Sinonimi:
chair · chasten · check · contain · control · curb · hold · hold in · lead · mince · soften · tame · temper · tone down

1. To make less fast or intense
2. To preside over; SYN. chair, lead.

pull in
/ ˈpʊl ɪn /

glagol

Sinonimi:
get in · move in · draw in

Sinonimi:
attract · bring i · clear · collect · draw · draw in · earn · gain · get in · make · move in · pull · realise · realize · take in

To move into (a station) of trains; SYN. get in, move in, draw in.

quench
/ kwentʃ /

glagol

Sinonimi:
slake · allay · assuage

Sinonimi:
allay · assuage · blow out · extinguish · quell · slake · snuff out · squelch

To satisfy (thirst); SYN. slake, allay, assuage.

refrain
/ rəfreɪn /

glagol

Sinonimi:
forebear · forbear

Sinonimi:
abstain · desist · forbear

To not do something; SYN. forebear, forbear.

rein
/ reɪn /

glagol

Sinonimi:
rein in · rein in

Sinonimi:
draw rein · harness · rein in · rule

ETYM See Rein (n.).
(Homonym: rain, reign).
1. To stop or check by or as if by a pull at the reins; SYN. rein in.
2. To stop or slow up one's horse or oneself by or as if by pulling the reins; SYN. rein in.

restrain
/ ristreɪn /

glagol

Sinonimi:
encumber · cumber · constrain · keep · keep back · hold back · confine · hold

Sinonimi:
bound · confine · constrain · cumber · encumber · hold · hold back · intimidate · keep · keep back · limit · restrict · suppress · throttle · trammel

1. To hold back; SYN. encumber, cumber, constrain.
2. To keep under control; SYN. keep, keep back, hold back.
3. To close within bounds, limit or hold back from movement; SYN. confine, hold.

stifle
/ staɪfəl /

glagol

Sinonimi:
dampen

Sinonimi:
asphyxiate · choke · dampen · muffle · repress · smother · strangle · suffocate

To smother or suppress; SYN. dampen.
Joint above the hock of a horse
Joint above hock of horse, equivalent of human knee.

subdue
/ səbduː /

glagol

Sinonimi:
To conquer; overpower; overcome; surmount; vanquish

Sinonimi:
chasten · conquer · cricify · cur · get over · inhibit · keep down · master · mortify · overcome · quash · reduc · repress · stamp down · subjugate · subordinate · suppress · surmount · tame

1. To conquer by force or the exertion of superior power, and bring into permanent subjection; to vanquish.
2. To overpower so as to disable from further resistance; to crush.
3. To destroy the force of; to overcome
4. To render submissive; to bring under command; to reduce to mildness or obedience; to tame
5. To reduce the intensity or degree of; to tone down; to soften; SYN. To conquer; overpower; overcome; surmount; vanquish.

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