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lanyard

noun [C] uk   /ˈlæn.jəd/  us   /-jɚd/
a string worn around the neck on which a whistle, key, knife, etc. is hung a string that is used for fastening ropes on a ship
Translations of “lanyard”
in Chinese (Traditional) (脖子上的)掛繩,掛鏈, (船上的)繫索…
in Chinese (Simplified) (脖子上的)挂绳,挂链, (船上的)系索…
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