British pronunciation/lˈiːʃ/
American pronunciation/ˈɫiʃ/

a long piece of rope, leather strap or light chain used for guiding and controlling a dog or other animals

What is a "leash"?


A leash is a long, flexible, and typically slender material, such as a strap or cord, used to restrain or guide an animal. It is commonly attached to a collar or harness worn by the animal, allowing its movement to be controlled by the person holding the other end of the leash. Leashes come in various lengths and materials, such as nylon or leather, and often feature a handle for easy gripping. They serve as a means of ensuring the safety and control of the animal during walks, training sessions, or other activities. Leashes provide a physical connection between the animal and its owner, allowing for better management and communication between them.


the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one


a figurative restraint


fasten with a rope

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