Word: chain

Category: chain

Shopping, Business & Industrial, Autos & Vehicles

Related words: chain

supply chain, food chain, chain link, gold chain, timing chain, chain saw, key chain, chain link fence, chain reaction, bike chain, break every chain, break the chain, body chain, gold chain necklace, 2 chain, wallet chain, electron transport chain

Synonyms: chain

fetters, shackles, irons, leg irons, manacles, handcuffs, cuffs, bracelets, bilboes, series, succession, string, sequence, train, course, mountain chain, range of mountains, mountain range, chain of mountains, range, concatenation, strand

Translations: chain

spanish
encadenar, cadena, collar


german
kette, fessel

french
enchaîner, attache, enchaînent, chaîne, enchaînement, ...

italian
vincolo, catena, catenina

portuguese
corrente, cadeia, acorrentar

dutch
keten, ketting

russian
приковывать, заковывать, цепочка, ряд, перекрыть, ...

norwegian
kjede

swedish
länk, kedja

finnish
ketju, vitjat, kytkeä, kaulaketju, vuorijono, ...

danish
kæde, lænke

czech
řetízek, spoutat, řetěz

polish
łańcuch, łańcuszek, skuć, kajdany, seria, ...

hungarian
lánc, láncú, láncban, láncot, szénláncú

turkish
zincir

greek
αλυσίδα, καδένα

ukrainian
ланцюжок, перекрити, ланцюг, низка

albanian
zinxhir, varg

bulgarian
верига, верижен, на веригата, верижна

belarusian
ланцуг, цепь, ланцужок

estonian
aheldama, kett

croatian
lancu, niz

icelandic
keðja, festi

latin
vinculum, catena

lithuanian
grandinė, rakinti, grandinėlė

latvian
ķēde, sērija, virkne

macedonian
синџирот

romanian
lanț, catenă, lanțului de, lanț de, cu catenă

slovenian
veriga

slovak
reťaz, reťazca, řetěz, reťaze, reťazec

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The meaning and "use of": chain

noun
  • a sequence of items of the same type forming a line.
  • a jointed measuring line consisting of linked metal rods.
  • a structure of planks projecting horizontally from a sailing ship's sides abreast of the masts, used to widen the basis for the shrouds.

verb
  • fasten or secure with a chain.

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