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Translation of "noose" - English-Spanish dictionary

noose

noun /nuːs/
a loop in rope, wire etc that becomes tighter when pulled
lazo
He made a noose to fasten the rope to the post.
such a loop in a rope used for hanging a person
soga, dogal
The noose was placed around the condemned man’s neck.
Translations of “noose”
in Vietnamese thòng lọng…
in Thai ห่วงหรือบ่วง, ห่วงคล้องคอ…
in Malaysian jerut, tali gantung…
in French noeud coulant…
in German die Schlinge…
in Chinese (Traditional) 絞索,繩套, 問題, 束縛,羈絆…
in Indonesian jerat…
in Russian петля…
in Turkish ilmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 绞索,绳套, 问题, 束缚,羁绊…
in Polish pętla, stryczek…
(Definition of noose from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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