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rope

noun /rəup/
(a) thick cord, made by twisting together lengths of hemp, nylon etc
cuerda
He tied it with a (piece of) rope a skipping rope.
rope-ladder noun a ladder made of rope.
escala de cuerda
rope in phrasal verb to include; to persuade to join in
arrastrar/enganchar a alguien
We roped him in to help.
rope off phrasal verb to put a rope round or across (a place) in order to prevent people going in
acordonar
The end of the room was roped off for the most important guests.
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 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…
(Definition of rope from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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