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Definición de “rope sb in” en inglés

rope sb in

informal
verb [T usually + adv/prep] uk phrasal verb with rope   /rəʊp/ us    /roʊp/
to persuade someone to do something for you: At the last minute, we roped in a couple of spectators to complete the team.
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