harness

1. noun
(the leather straps etc by which a horse is attached to a cart etc which it is pulling and by means of which it is controlled.) konjska zaprega
2. verb
1) (to put the harness on (a horse).) vpreči (konja)
2) (to make use of (a source of power, eg a river) for some purpose, eg to produce electricity or to drive machinery: Attempts are now being made to harness the sun as a source of heat and power.) izkoristiti naravno silo
* * *
I [há:nis]
noun
konjska zaprega; listno brdo pri statvah; nosilno ogrodje pri nahrbtniku; jermenje pri padalu; history oklep
double harness — dvovprega, humorously zakonski jarem
figuratively in harness — vprežen v delo
to die in harness — umreti sredi dela
to get back into harness — povrniti se na delo po dopustu
to work ( —ali run, mark) in double harness — delati s partnerjem, imeti partnerja pri delu; figuratively poročiti se, biti poročen
II [há:nis]
transitive verb
vpreči, okomatati; izkoristiti naravno silo (reke, slapa itd.)

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  • Harness — Har ness, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Harnessed} ( n[e^]st); p. pr. & vb. n. {Harnessing}.] [OE. harneisen; cf. F. harnacher, OF. harneschier.] 1. To dress in armor; to equip with armor for war, as a horseman; to array. [1913 Webster] Harnessed in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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