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Spanish translation of “prop”

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prop

noun /prop/
a support
puntal
The ceiling was held up with wooden props.
prop up phrasal verb to support (something) in an upright position, or stop it from falling
sostener, apuntalar
We had to prop up the roof He propped himself up against the wall.
Translations of “prop”
in French support…
in German die Stütze…
in Chinese (Traditional) 電影/戲劇, 道具…
in Russian бутафория, реквизит…
in Turkish film ve oyunlarda kullanılan aksesuar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 电影/戏剧, 道具…
in Polish rekwizyt…
(Definition of prop from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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