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rope in Dogri डोगरी

rope in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ

rope in Kashmiri कॉशुर

rope in Konkani कोंकणी

rope in Malayalam മലയാളം

rope in Nepali नेपाली

rope in Punjabi ਪੰਜਾਬੀ

rope in Santali

rope in Sindhi سنڌي

rope in Tamil தமிழ்

rope in Urdu اُردُو

rope in English

  • rope expr. give one rope, to let one act freely.
    Ex. Give this man rope--he's doing our work splendidly (Thomas A. Guthrie).
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  • rope expr. know (or learn) the ropes,
    a. to know or learn the various ropes of a ship.
    Ex. The captain, who ... knew the ropes, took the steering oar (Richard Henry Dana).
    b. (Informal.) to know or learn about a business or activity.
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  • rope expr. on the ropes,
    a. driven against the ropes that enclose a boxing ring.
    Ex. The champion had the contender on the ropes for most of the third round.
    b. (Informal, Figurative.) in trouble.
    Ex. The Tories are on the ropes ...
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  • rope expr. rope in, (Informal.) to get or lead in by tricking.
    Ex. I knew the first house would keep mum and let the rest of the town get roped in (Mark Twain).
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  • rope expr. ropes, the cords used to enclose a boxing ring or other space.
    Ex. As he entered the ring, the champion leaped over the ropes.
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  • rope expr. the end of one's rope, the end of one's resources, activities, or the like.
    Ex. They have come to the end of their rope: their time is up (Walter Besant).
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  • rope noun 1. a strong, thick line or cord, made by twisting smaller cords together.
    Ex. Several strands of the rope broke as the ship strained at its anchor.
    2. (U.S.) a lasso.
    3. a number of things twisted or strung together.
    Ex. a
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  • rope rope, noun, verb, roped,roping.
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  • rope v.i. to form a sticky, stringy, mass; become ropy.
    Ex. Cook the syrup until it ropes when you lift it with a spoon.
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  • rope v.t. 1. to tie, bind, or fasten with a rope.
    2. to enclose or mark off with a rope.
    3. (U.S.) to catch (a horse, calf, or other animal) with a lasso; lasso.
    Ex. He dexterously roped a horse (Owen Wister).
    4. to attach (persons)
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  • rope in Maithili

      

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