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saddle /sdl/ n. 1 the leather seat used for riding animals, usu. horses: She put the saddle on her horse and then went riding. 2 back in the saddle: working again: He was sick for months, but got healthy and is back in the saddle again.
v. -dled, -dling, -dles 1 [T] to put a saddle (on a horse): He saddled the horse quickly and rode away. 2 [I;T] to give s.o. too much work or responsibility: The manager was saddled with so many problems that he could not work well. 3 phrasal v. sep. [T] to saddle s.t. up: to get on a horse, pony, etc.: The calvary officer gave an order to saddle up at dawn.