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sling

noun /sliŋ/
a type of bandage hanging from the neck or shoulders to support an injured arm
cabestrillo
He had his broken arm in a sling.
a band of cloth etc worn over the shoulder for supporting a rifle etc on the back.
bandolera
a looped arrangement of ropes, chains etc for supporting, hoisting, carrying and lowering heavy objects.
eslinga de carga
slingshot noun (American) a catapult.
tirachinas
(Definition of sling from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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