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Translation of "knot" - English-Spanish dictionary

knot

noun   /nɒt/
a place where pieces of string, rope, etc. have been tied together nudo
verb   /nɒt/ ( present participle knotting, past tense and past participle knotted)
to tie knots in pieces of string, rope, etc. anudar, atar
(Definition of knot from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

knot

noun /not/
a lump or join made in string, rope etc by twisting the ends together and drawing tight the loops formed nudo She fastened the string round the parcel, tying it with a knot.
a lump in wood at the join between a branch and the trunk nudo This wood is full of knots.
a group or gathering grupo, corrillo a small knot of people
a measure of speed for ships (about 1.85 km per hour). nudo
knotty adjective ( comparative knottier, superlative knottiest)
containing knots. nudoso
(of a problem etc) difficult espinoso a knotty problem.
(Definition of knot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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