English translation of 'nœud coulant'
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British English: noose NOUN
A noose is a circular loop at the end of a piece of rope or wire. A noose is tied with a knot that allows it to be tightened, and it is usually used to trap animals or hang people.
...a horrifying videotape of a man swinging from a noose.
Translation of nœud coulant from the Collins French to English
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