jue

English translation: 马嚼子 (bar bit)

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Chinese term or phrase:jue
English translation:马嚼子 (bar bit)
Entered by: Ritchest

09:48 Mar 22, 2005
Chinese to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - History
Chinese term or phrase: jue
Hi everyone,

I'm translating a text on the Terracotta Warriors from Italian to English and have come across the Chinese term "jue", which it says was used to guide the horses that pulled the bronze chariots (this sentence refers to Chariot N
Sarah Ponting
Italy
Local time: 16:03
马嚼子 (bar bit)
Explanation:
马嚼子(bit)
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Ritchest
Local time: 22:03
Grading comment
Thanks, a lot. I found some photos and the horses do indeed have long bits.

Sarah
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马嚼子 (bar bit)


Explanation:
马嚼子(bit)


    Reference: http://www.sinosports.net/items/horsemanship/zhishi/mscyy2.h...
Ritchest
Local time: 22:03
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Native speaker of: Chinese
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Grading comment
Thanks, a lot. I found some photos and the horses do indeed have long bits.

Sarah

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