frein

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin frēnum.

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Noun[edit]

frein m (plural freins)

  1. brake (of a vehicle, etc.)
  2. (chiefly obsolete) bit (equipment put in a horse's mouth)
  3. restraint, reserve

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Noun[edit]

frein m (oblique plural freinz, nominative singular freinz, nominative plural frein)

  1. bit (equipment put in a horse's mouth)