Spanish Word for rope  

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English Word: rope

Spanish Word: cuerda, cable
The Spanish Word for rope
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Translated sentences containing 'rope'
I would have jumped the rope.
Yo hubiese saltado a la cuerda.
Put the rope in the suitcase.
Metan la ropa en la maleta.
Tie the rope to the truck.
Amarre el lazo al camión.
The small girl jumps rope with her friend.
La niña pequeña salta cuerda con su amiga.

He insisted upon placing the rope around her neck himself.
Insistió en colocarle él mismo la soga alrededor del cuello.
(NL) Madam President, name not a rope in the house of him that hanged himself.
(NL) Señora Presidenta, no hay que mentar la soga en casa del ahorcado.
They unlocked them, took off the rope that was binding them and then 20 minutes later they were locked and bound again.
Abrieron las puertas, quitaron la cuerda que las enganchaba y 20 minutos después las habían vuelto a cerrar y a enganchar.
This report, though, is very selective – after all, you do not talk about rope in the house of a man who hanged himself.
No obstante, este se muestra muy selectivo; después de todo, no se debe hablar de cuerdas en la casa de un ahorcado.
It is clear that in this area, as in many others, we are often ready to give ourselves enough rope to hang ourselves.
Está claro que en esta materia, como en otras, a menudo estamos dispuestos a comprar la cuerda que servirá para colgarnos.
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