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rope

noun [C/U]  us   /roʊp/

rope

verb [T]  us   /roʊp/
to tie something with rope: We roped the box to the top of the car. To rope something off is to put rope or cord around it to keep it separate: [M] The site has been marked with “No Trespassing” signs and areas have been roped off.
Translations of “rope”
in Arabic حَبْل…
in Korean 밧줄…
in Malaysian tali…
in French corde…
in Turkish halat, ip, urgan…
in Italian fune, corda…
in Chinese (Traditional) 粗繩, 纜繩, 繩索…
in Russian веревка…
in Polish lina…
in Vietnamese dây chão…
in Spanish cuerda…
in Portuguese corda…
in Thai เชือก…
in German das Seil…
in Catalan corda…
in Japanese 綱, ロープ…
in Indonesian tambang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 粗绳, 缆绳, 绳索…
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