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English translation of '绳'

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(shéng)

  1. rope

  1. () restrain

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Extremely Common. 绳 is one of the 1000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'绳' in Other Languages

British English: rope /rəʊp/ NOUN
A rope is a very thick cord, made by twisting together several thinner cords.
He tied the rope around his waist.
  • American English: rope
  • Arabic: حَبْل
  • Brazilian Portuguese: corda
  • Chinese:
  • Croatian: konop
  • Czech: provaz
  • Danish: reb
  • Dutch: touw
  • European Spanish: cuerda
  • Finnish: köysi
  • French: corde
  • German: Seil
  • Greek: σκοινί
  • Italian: corda
  • Japanese: ロープ
  • Korean: 밧줄
  • Norwegian: tau
  • Polish: sznur
  • European Portuguese: corda
  • Romanian: frânghie
  • Russian: веревка
  • Spanish: cuerda
  • Swedish: rep
  • Thai: เชือก
  • Turkish: ip
  • Ukrainian: мотузка
  • Vietnamese: dây chão

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