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Significados de "rope" en diccionario español inglés : 102 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
rope cuerda [f]
rope reata [f]
rope soga [f]
rope enlazar [v]
rope lazar [v]
rope atar [v]
General
rope sobrecarga [f]
rope toa (sirga/maroma/usado en cuba) [f]
rope atadura [f]
rope maroma [f]
rope cintero [m]
rope tendido [m]
rope tiro [m]
rope atadero [m]
rope viento [m]
rope amarra [f]
rope amarra [f]
rope atadura [f]
rope encuartar [v]
rope acuartar [v] ES local
rope sirga [f]
rope corda [f]
rope cuerda [f] MX
rope linga [f] SV
rope persoga [f] MX GT rur.
rope amarrar [v]
rope atar con cuerda [v]
rope bolear [v] AR UY rur.
rope bolear [v] BO:W,C rur.
rope mecate [m] CAM MX VE
rope guaral [m] VE
rope bejuco [m] PR
rope hico [m] CU PR rur.
rope hico [m] DO CO:N VE
rope jico [m] CU
rope lazo [m] CO BO
rope jico [m] CU
rope mecate [m] EC rare
rope mecate [m] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA CO:E,W VE
rope persogo [m] GT HN SV NI
rope rejo [m] MX GT HN CU VE
rope toa [f] disused
rope cabo [m]
rope cordón [m]
rope cobra [f]
rope driza [f]
rope trenza [f]
rope fila [f]
rope ristra [f]
rope sarta [f]
rope hilera [f]
rope amarrar con una cuerda [v]
rope rodear con soga [v]
rope hacer hebras [v]
rope hacer madeja [v]
Colloquial
rope embaucar [v]
rope engatusar [v]
Safety
rope cuerda [f]
Textile
rope cuerda [f]
Law
rope cordel [m]
Engineering
rope estacha [f]
rope maroma [f]
rope cuerda [f]
rope coyunda [f] CU
rope abacá [m]
rope mecate [m] MX
rope cordel [m]
rope cable [m]
rope cordaje [m]
rope cabo [m]
rope cable [m]
rope cabo [m]
rope cable metálico
rope cintas metalizadas antirradar
Biology
rope cinturón/cable [m]
Chemistry
rope cable [m]
Geology
rope cable [m]
Construction
rope cuerda de anclaje
Dam Terms
rope cabo de acero
Technical
rope toa [f]
rope empalomar [v]
rope espesarse [v]
rope relingar [v]
rope cordaje [m]
Paper
rope cuerda [f]
Marine
rope cabuya [f]
rope jareta [f]
Nautical
rope triza [f]
rope vaivén [m]
rope estacha de amarre
Transportation
rope cabo de jarcia [m]
rope cabo [m]
rope cabo de jarcia
Petrol
rope soga [f]
rope cuerda [f]
rope maroma [f]
rope jarcia [f]
rope cordel [m]
rope cabo [m]
rope cable [m]
Mineralogy
rope calabrote [m]
Sports
rope baga [f]

Significados de "rope" en diccionario inglés español : 1 resultado(s)

Español Inglés
Colloquial
rope [m] AR a dog

Significados de "rope" con otros términos en diccionario español inglés : 500 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
mast rope virador [m]
breeching rope of a gun braguero [m]
General
jumping rope [us] suiza [f] CR CU
skipping rope comba [f]
jump rope [us] comba [f]
jumping rope [us] comba [f]
skipping rope cuerda [f]
jump rope [us] cuerda [f]
rope in enganchar [v]
jump rope [us] saltar a la comba [v]
skipping rope saltador [m]
guy (a rope, cord, or cable used to steady, guide, or secure something) viento [m]
rope-soled sandal alpargata (árabe) [f]
rope-soled sandal factory alpargatería [f]
rope-soled sandal store alpargatería [f]
rope-soled sandal maker alpargatera [f]
anchor rope amarra [f]
mark off with rope acordelar [v]
make rope-soled sandals alpargatar [v]
tie with a rope amaromar [v]
rope-soled alpargatado [adj]
hangman's rope ahogadero [m]
rope-soled sandals alpargate [m]
rope-soled sandal maker alpargatero [m]
rope-soled sandal alpargata [f]
link in a rope coca [f]
esparto rope soga [f]
mooring rope amarra [f]
device which is used to secure a rope cornamusa [f]
thin rope piola [f]
hobble (rope) tying a horse’s front leg to a hind leg suelta [f]
long rope of twisted leather soga [f]
short rope to tie up horses falseta  [f] MX VE
rein of rope that ties to muzzle falseta  [f] MX VE
breaking of the rope rotura de la cuerda [f]
bell rope cuerda de campana [f]
mooring rope cuerda de amarre [f]
band of leather or rope that holds the tacks of a beast atajarría [f] DO rur.
tied rope amarra [f] HN NI PA PR CO
launching with cattle rope boleada [f] AR UY
cattle rope boleadora [f] CL PY AR UY
cattle rope ñanducera [f] AR UY
knot of a rope amarra [f] HN NI PA PR CO
rope with a stone attached to one end, which is thrown at the tail of a kite or comet to knock it down angarilla [f] CU
vegetable fiber used to make rope (from henequen) cabuya [f] CR PR EC
rope made from agave fibers cabuya [f] HN NI PA DO PR CO VE EC PE
a procedure for taming livestock by pressing the animal's head against the boom using a rope to a near choke ahorcada [f] VE
skip rope cuerda [f] GT BO
skip rope cuica [f] DO PR
jump rope cuica [f] DO PR
jump rope cuerda [f] GT BO
children's game in which one jumps rope while singing and proposes various tests to do when jumping chascona [f] CL
very strong rope chavinda [f] MX
rope that passes through the center of a buoy entralla [f] HN:S
maguey fiber rope caruata [f] VE rare
maguey fiber rope cocuiza [f] VE
competition on horseback consisting of beheading a live duck hanging from a rope 3 m from the ground carrera de patos [f] HN rur.
hemp rope or thread gangorra [f] DO
tow rope cuarta [f] AR UY
very strong rope that is made with the fibers of the maguey or cocuy cocuiza [f] VE
braided rope crineja [f] CU DO PR
braided rope crisneja [f] CU PR
braided rope crizneja [f] CU PR
bark of the chilean wineberry, twisted into a rope huira [f] CL
braided rope hammock hamaca de clinea [f] PR
thick rope made of henequen jarcia [f] CU DO
nylon rope bag used by the mollusk collectors at a fishing site jicra [f] EC
tying up of an animal with a rope laceada [f] CL AR:Nw rur.
tying up of an animal with a rope laceadura [f] CL
horsehair rope laja (portugués) [f] EC rur.
manila rope manila [f] NI CR PA
stem of the matamba used in basket and rope making matamba [f] CO
basket of a rope bridge oroya [f] PE BO
rope soled sandal ñusa [f] AR:Nw rur.
rope-making business mecatera [f] NI
female rope maker mecatera [f] HN rare
female rope maker mecatera [f] MX NI
rope store mezcalería [f] HN
thin rope made of maguey fiber pita [f] GT HN PA CU PR PE BO CL
rope to tie tobacco reata [f] CU
rope soled sandal quimba [f] CO:W rur.
leather rope guard rozadera [f] MX rur.
jump rope soga [f] DO PE BO
lasso or rope tied to the leg of an animal preventing it from walking off suerte [f] DO
jump rope suiza [f] CR CU
rope making tool taraba [f] CO:C,W,Sw VE rur.
rope making tool tarabita [f] CO:W VE
coil a rope or cable adujar [v]
lash (with rope) abarbetar [v]
jump rope saltar la soga [v]
skip rope saltar la soga [v]
turn the skip/skipping rope dar a la comba [v]
jump/skip rope jugar a la goma [v]
jump/skip rope saltar a la goma [v]
jump/skip rope jugar al elástico [v]
rope up encordarse [v]
bind or tie something with a rope enguaralar [v]
tie with a cord/rope achicar [v] DO rare
restrain with a cord/rope achicar [v] DO rare
rope a cow with a lasso to subdue it vestir [v] VE
tie a cow with a rope threaded through an opening in its nose nariciar [v] VE
tie a cow with a rope threaded through an opening in its nose naricear [v] HN VE
fell animal by pulling on rope on its tail bolerear [v] VE
lasso or tie something with a rope (guaral) enguaralar [v] VE
tie the rope to the tree of the saddle when lassoing to secure the animal arcionar [v] CO
tighten a rope atilintar [v] GT HN SV NI CR rur.
rope a cow barrear [v] VE
rope a horse or bull apealar [v] CL AR disused
add a long rope to the halter apersogar [v] CR rur.
(when taming livestock) press the animal's head against the boom using a rope to a near choke ahorcar [v] VE
draw rope tirar de la cuerda (soga) [v]
remove the rope used to tie up a calf desenrejar [v] HN rur.
pull strongly on something, particularly with a rope cinchar [v] AR UY
double a rope entorcelar [v] BO
make figures in the air using a rope or lasso florear [v] MX
tie up an animal with a rope from the horns to one of it's front legs in order to lead it easily compullar [v] AR:Nw rur.
tie up an animal with a rope lacear [v] EC PE BO CL AR:Nw rur.
tie a rope or leather strap around a machete handle encollarar [v] HN rur.
roll up wire, rope, or cable embarrilar [v] CL rare
make maguey fiber rope mezcalear [v] SV
make henequin fiber rope mezcalear [v] SV
add a long rope persogar [v] CR
tie off a rope end rematar [v] PA DO rur.
joined to another by the collar or by a rope, so that it gets used to walking in pair (animal) acollarado [adj] AR UY
thin, elongated and stiff as a rope amecatado [adj] NI HN derog.
unraveled (rope/fabric) bichín [adj] HN derog.
unmanageable (hair/rope) chúcaro [adj] HN
tied with rope encabuyado [adj] HN
tiller rope galdrope [m]
rope bridge puente de cuerda [m]
bridge made of rope puente de cuerda [m]
grotesque person that participates in the festivities of the corpus, dressed in rags or in an explicitly patched creole costume, mask with horns and wig made of ox tails or rope abago [m] EC
offender who suffocates a person with a rope to appropriate his belongings (usually a taxi driver) acogotador [m] BO
hand for hire with rope soguero [m]
short rope to tie calf to a cow rejo [m]
lasso thrown without twirling the rope gotero [m] VE
rope to tie two or more horses in single file arrebiato [m] VE
double knot made with a rope and the horse's tail arrebiate [m] VE
rope where the rooster rocks to exercise its neck and wings balancín [m] PR
rope which prevents the horse from nodding barbiquejo [m] SV PA
a long and thick rope that hangs at certain intervals with hooks at its ends calandrio [m] CO:E,S
blow given a cattle rope bolazo [m] AR UY
rope used in the rodeos braguero [m] MX HN
cattle rope laque [m] BO CL AR derog.
reel for winding rope boliyo [m] PR
strong and large rope cabuyón [m] PR
the lower part of the dried banana leaves or other plant of wide leaves used as a rope and envelope to protect raw cane sugar blocks or raw tobacco bajero [m] VE
rope in which a rooster is rocked in order to exercise its neck and wings culumpio [m] PR
sudden strong pull, especially of a lasso or other rope cimbrón [m] AR UY
sudden strong pull, especially of a lasso or other rope cimbronazo [m] AR UY
wide girdle or rope placed over a load to secure it to the back of the horse cinchón [m] CO CL
piece of thick rope chicote [m] NI CR
rope lasso used to or restrain cattle falso [m] CR:Nw
blow from a strap, belt, or rope cantazo [m] DO
rope to hang hammocks colgadero [m] VE:C
rope with which a rooster is rocked to exercise its neck and wings columpio [m] CU PR
trawling rope cordel de mano [m] PR
delinquent who suffocates a person with a rope, usually a taxi driver, to steal their belongings cogotero [m] BO
rope made with henequen fiber henequén [m] MX HN SV
tying up of an animal with a rope laceo [m] BO:C CL
toy rope-walker maromero [m] NI
rope ladder encatrado [m] CL AR
male rope maker mecatero [m] HN rare
male rope maker mecatero [m] MX NI
jump rope mecate [m] CR
bull snout ring with rope to make the bull docile narizón [m] PR rur.
small rope for tying up animals rezo [m] MX:E rur.
whipping with a rope sogazo [m] MX CU UY
rope-maker soguero [m] AR
stick used to tighten rope tortol [m] MX GT HN NI rur.
stick used to tighten rope tortolo [m] HN SV
stick used to tighten rope torzal [m] CR disused rur.
rope to make a surgeon's knot trancajilo [m] DO
cattle rope boleadoras [f/pl] BO rur.
after rope amarra de popa
lash with a rope ramalazo
skipping rope [uk] comba de saltar
rope fetter apea [f]
rush rope aderra [f]
strap or rope to tie anything with apretadera [f]
shed in rope-walks atarazana [f]
needle for making rope sandals almarada [f]
cord/rope made of aloes cabuya [f]
basket from rope or bark and used domestically chigua [f] CL
rope to tie burdens on the backs of beasts baga [f] rur. rare
rope trade cordelería [f]
bast rope cordeta (murcia) [f]
fine small rope cordezuela [f]
rope for yoking oxen cobra [f]
strong rope made of cocui fiber cocuiza [f] VE
cyperaceous plant used in making rope and hats cortadera [f] AMER
play of skipping-rope comba [f]
jumping rope comba [f]
plaited rope of bleached bass weed crezneja [f]
rope of twisted twigs crizneja [f]
hoisting-rope braga [f]
flat and woven bass rope cudria [f]
hoisting rope briaga [f]
thick bass-weed rope briaga [f]
strap or rope for tying the clapper of a wether's bell castigadera [f]
rope-bridge cuna [f]
crank-rope guindaleta [f]
rope-sole sandal esparteña [f]
rope or string of onions or garlic horca [f]
rope-yarn filástica [f]
harpoon-rope for whaling estacha [f]
match-rope mecha [f]
plaited bass-rope lía [f]
hanging basket for carrying passengers over rope bridges oroya [f] SA
rope-end rabiza [f]
rope to tie horses in single file reata [f]
any rope reata [f]
splice or patch, made by winding a rope around the object to be tied trincafía [f]
tow-rope sirga [f]
woman rope-dancer saltatriz (profesión antigua) [f]
bass-rope tomiza [f]
rope-walk soguería [f]
rope-yard soguería [f]
small rope soguica [f]
main cable of a rope bridge tarabita [f] SA
rope net sarria [f]
bass-weed rope tralla [f]
rope used in climbing coconut palm-trees trepadera [f] CU
cord/rope made of aloes cabuyería [f]
rope-maker/seller cordelera [f]
small rope soguilla [f]
small rope soguita [f]
rope-dancer funámbula [f]
tight-rope walker volatinera [f]
make in the form of a cord or rope acordonar [v]
slide down by a rope desguindarse [v]
unreeve a rope despasar [v]
lay a rope corchar [v]
slip down (by a rope) descolgarse [v]
sew a bolt-rope to a sail empalomar [v]
pay out a rope filar [v]
fasten the sails with stops of grass rope enjuncar [v]
tic with a rope enmaromar [v]
line with rope (demijohn) ensogar [v]
fasten with a rope ensogar [v]
secure the load on a cart with a rope ratigar [v]
measure with a rope soguear [v]
single rope single [adj]
hangman's rope ahogadero [m]
stroke with a port-rope anguilazo [m]
thick rope cable [m]
rope-walker's balancing pole balancín [m]
rope dancer's pole contrapeso [m]
safety rope used by masons and painters calzón [m]
sailor laying a rope corchador [m]
thin rope cordel [m]
small rope cordelejo [m]
rope-maker/seller cordelero [m]
thin rope/cord cordelito [m]
stroke with rope/cord cordonazo [m]
rope tied round the neck dogal [m]
rope-dancer funámbulo [m]
laying-top (rope-making) galapo [m]
wheel-rope galdrope [m]
esparto rope of three strands hiscal [m]
rope or string of onions or garlic horco [m]
stout rope of bass estrenque [m]
small purchase rope to secure the sails guardavela [m]
tiller-rope guardín [m]
maguey rope mecate [m] MX CAM
rope made of esparto libán [m]
strand of a rope/cord liñuelo [m]
strand of a rope ramal [m]
rope-end ramal [m]
blow/stroke with a rope ramalazo [m]
cross rope rebenque [m]
rope seat posadero [m]
hoisting rope tiro [m]
bracing-rope viento [m]
top-rope virador [m]
rope barrel tambor [m]
rope-maker soguero [m]
tight-rope walker volatín [m]
tight-rope walker's pole tiento [m]
tight-rope walker volatinero [m]
rope-dancer acróbata [m/f]
rope strands cordones [m/pl]
rope-bands envergues [m/pl]
rope-ends enlargues [m/pl]
bell-rope cuerda de campana [f]
rope ladder escala de cuerda [f]
leech-rope relinga de las caídas [f]
rope ladder escala de cuerdas [f]
tight-rope cuerda de volatinero [f]
skipping-rope comba [f]
be at the end of one's rope estar sin recursos [v]
be at the end of one's rope quedarse en la calle [v]
rope [us] coger con lazo [v]
limber rope cabo imbornalero [m]
rope dancer volatín [m]
rope dancer bailarín de cuerda [m]
entering rope guardamancebo del portalón [m]
rope trick truco de las cuerdas [m]
rope work trabajo hecho de cuerdas [m]
rope-walker volatinero [m]
rope-walker maromero [m]
wheel-rope guardín (timón de buques) [m]
tow-rope cabo de remolque [m]
tow-rope cable de remolque [m]
tight-rope walker equilibrista [m/f]
short rope tied to a post to control an animal sujeto [m] VE
Idioms
tied with a rope a soga [adv] AR UY rur.
push on a rope dar música a un sordo [v]
rope in acordonar [v]
rope in separar con una cuerda [v]
rope off aislar con una cuerda [v]
rope in aislar con una cuerda [v]
rope off acordonar [v]
rope off separar con una cuerda [v]
rope someone into arrastrar a alguien a [v]
rope someone into doing something convencer a alguien de hacer algo [v]
reach the end of one's rope llegar al límite de la paciencia [v]
reach the end of one's rope estar exasperado [v]
reach the end of one's rope estar harto [v]
reach the end of one's rope estar agotado [v]
be at the end of one’s rope no saber como salir del atranco [v]
be at the end of one’s rope no saber a qué santo encomendarse [v]
reach the end of one's rope estar hasta el perno [v] ANS
be at the end of one's rope estar hasta el perno [v] ANS
be at the end of one's rope estar puteado [v]
rope someone in engañar a alguien [v]
rope someone in hacer guaje a alguien [v]
rope someone in dárselas a alguien con queso [v]
take/rope someone in tomar a alguien por primo [v]
stretch and loosen the rope in tug of war dar chilillo [v] NI
tighten the rope (tug of war) dar chilillo [v] NI
jump rope jugar al lazo [v] CO
be at the end of one's rope llegar al fondo del saco [v] PR
jump rope saltar al lazo [v] CO
jump rope saltar la soga [v] PE BO AR
jump rope saltar soga [v] PA PE
skip rope saltar al lazo [v] CO
skip rope saltar la soga [v] PE BO AR
skip rope saltar soga [v] PA PE
hold the rope at both ends no tener más opciones
hold the rope at both ends desperdiciar energía
hold the rope at both ends no tener salida
I am at the end of my rope estoy en las últimas
money for old rope trabajo lucrativo
at the end of one's rope al límite de la paciencia
at the end of one's rope al límite de las fuerzas
at the end of one's rope al límite de los recursos financieros
money for old rope dinero de la nada
money for old rope dinero fácil
money for old rope dinero gratis
money for old rope dinero ganado con facilidad
money for old rope dinero rápido
be at the end of your rope sentirte exhausto
be at the end of one's rope estar exasperado
be at the end of one's rope estar exhausto
be at the end of one's rope acabarse la paciencia de uno
be at the end of one's rope estar al límite de la tolerancia de uno
be at the end of one's rope estar completamente falto de energía
be at the end of one's rope estar con la paciencia agotada
be at the end of one's rope llegar hasta el límite de la paciencia de uno
be at the end of one's rope estar en el borde de la paciencia de uno
be at the end of one's rope estar en el límite de la resistencia de uno
be at the end of your rope estar en el límite de lo que puedes soportar
be at the end of one's rope estar en el límite de lo que uno puede soportar
be at the end of your rope estar en el límite de tu resistencia
rope someone into doing something desviar a alguien del buen camino
rope someone into doing something sobornar a alguien
two acrobats cannot dance on the same rope dos acróbatas no pueden bailar en la misma cuerda
Phrasals
rope in arrastrar a [v]
rope in enganchar a [v]
rope something together atar cosas con una cuerda [v]
rope someone in involucrar a alguien (en algo) [v]
rope down bajar usando una cuerda [v]
rope someone into something involucrar a alguien en algo [v]
(rope/sail) take in recoger [v]
Colloquial
braided rope clineja [f] CU PR
act of passing a rope between two people to divine whether they're romantically involved prueba de la pita [f] SV
rope in engañar [v]
rope in atraer a una empresa [v]
rope in [us] embaucar [v]
pulley rope bejuco [m] BO:E
pulling rope bejuco [m] BO:E
decorative rope on a uniform tallarín [m] PE
skipping rope [uk] cuerda de saltar
jump rope [us] cuerda de saltar
be at the end of one's rope estar en el banco de la paciencia [loc/v]
give me some rope dame espacio
give me some rope dame un poco de libertad de acción
go piss up a rope! ¡vete a freír espárrago si!
go piss up a rope! ¡a cagara la vía! (catalán)
I'm at the end of my rope se me está acabando la paciencia
I'm at the end of my rope se me está agotando la paciencia
I'm at the end of my rope se me ha acabado la paciencia
I'm at the end of my rope se me ha agotado la paciencia
Proverbs
name not a rope in his house who hanged himself en casa del ahorcado, no mientes la soga [old-fashioned]
never mention rope in the house of a man who has been hanged no hay que mentar la soga en casa del ahorcado
Slang
go piss up a rope! ¡una polla!
go piss up a rope! ¡una ñorda!
go piss up a rope! ¡un rábano!
go piss up a rope! ¡vete a la mierda!
go piss up a rope! ¡vete a cagar!
go piss up a rope! ¡déjate de joder!
Safety
wire rope sling eslinga de cable de acero [f]
rope-type sling eslinga de cuerda [f]
wire rope sling eslinga de cable de acero
wire rope sling estrobo de cable de acero
Work Safety Terms
slack-rope switch dispositivo de flecha de un cable
breaking of rope ruptura de cable
slack-rope device dispositivo de flecha de un cable
suspension rope cable de suspensión
breaking of rope rotura de cuerda
anchor rope cuerda de amarre
rope clip borne para cables
rope-grabbing device dispositivo anticaída con elemento deslizante
guy rope cable tirante
non-rotating wire rope cable metálico no rotativo
rope-failure safety device dispositivo de protección contra despeño de cordada
broken-rope safety device dispositivo de protección contra despeño de cordada
safety rope grab dispositivo anticaída con elemento deslizante
Industry
running rope cable con funcionamiento
rope carrier ceñidor de suspensión
rope support cuerda de retención
rope washer lavadora de cuerda
running rope cable de alambre extraflexible
standing rope cable de soporte
running rope cable portante
Textile
fabric in rope form tejido en cuerda [m]
rope yarn hilo de cable
fabric in rope form tejido en cuerda
Demographics
nonrotating rope cable [m]
Computer
stay rope viento [m]
Electricity
insulating rope cuerda aislante
fall-rope carrier sostén de cable
cable pulling rope soga tiracables
rope core núcleo de cuerda
Electrics/Electronics
insulating rope cuerda aislante
Engineering
lashing-rope braga [f]
rope yarn filástica [f]
wire rope guaya [f]
rope works cordelería [f]
lash-rope trinca [f]
lashing-rope trinca [f]
rope yard cordelería [f]
rope sling braga [f]
coil (rope) aduja [f]
sisal rope jarcia [f]
hoisting rope briaga [f] CO
light rope piola [f] AR
sliver (rope) cinta [f]
wire rope guaya [f] VE
small rope guindaleta [f]
turn of a rope around a bitt bitadura [f]
hemp rope cabuya [f]
rope yarn filástica [f]
sisal rope cabuya [f]
manila rope jarcia [f]
lay rope colchar [v]
lay (rope) acolchar [v]
foul (rope) enrejado [adj]
non-rotating rope cable [m]
mooring rope calabrote [m]
anchor buoy rope orinque [m]
rope railway teleférico [m]
flat rope cable-cinta [m]
rope-thimble guardacabo [m]
wire rope cable [m]
buoy rope orinque [m]
strand of rope liñuelo [m]
knot (rope) nudo [m]
buoy rope orinque [m]
wire-rope cutter cortacable [m]
light rope guaral [m] CO VE
strand of rope cordón [m]
pulling rope cable de tracción [m] ES
pulling rope cable tractor [m]
wheel rope guardines [m/pl]
braided rope cuerda trenzada
carrying rope cable portante
guide rope cable guía
head rope relinga de gratil
rope stitch punto de cordoncillo
nylon rope cuerda de nilón
plastic rope cuerda de plástico
rope support cuerda de retención
drill-rope cable de sondeo
rope bag hoist montasacos de cable
wire rope cutter cortador de cables
foul rope cable enredado
sisal rope soga de sisal
breast rope amarra de costado
slip rope cabo pasado por seno
stretch of a rope estiramiento de una cuerda
rope grab grapa de cable
wire rope cable de acero
pulling-rope cable de tracción
bow rope estacha de proa
carrying rope cable portador
rope pulley polea para cable
rope block garrucha para cable
rope core núcleo de cuerda