rope sth/somewhere off Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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rope sth/somewhere off

phrasal verb with rope uk   /rəʊp/  us   /roʊp/ verb [T usually + adv/prep]
to surround an area or place with ropes in order to keep people out: The police roped off the scene of the crime.
Translations of “rope sth/somewhere off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 用繩圍起, 用繩索圈起…
in Chinese (Simplified) 用绳围起, 用绳索圈起…
(Definition of rope sth/somewhere off from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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