Word: lanyard

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Synonyms: lanyard

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Translations: lanyard

spanish
acollador, cordón, cuerda de seguridad, el acollador


german
Tragegurt, Taljereep, Lanyard, Abzuglinie, Schlüsselband

french
cordon, longe, lanière, dragonne

italian
cordoncino, cordino, cordicella, della cordicella, cordino di

portuguese
colhedor, cordão, correia, talabarte

dutch
draagriem, koord, sleutelkoord, draagkoord

russian
ремень, талреп

norwegian
snor, snoren, Nøkkelbånd, dødmannssnoren

swedish
snodd, lina, snodden, rem

finnish
pillinnaru, kaulanauha, turvanarulle, Lanyard, Narullinen

danish
nøglesnor, rem, snor, snoren

czech
tenké lano nevlečné, Lanyard, šňůrka, šňůrka na krk, Šňůra na klíče

polish
cięgiel, chłeptać

hungarian
rohamszíj, kantár, nyakpánt, zsinór

turkish
kordon, boyun kordonu, kordonu, kordon kutlama

greek
κορδόνι, σχοινί, σχοινί κορδόνι, λουράκι

ukrainian
шнур, кабель, живлення

albanian
litar i shkurtër, litar, litar i shkurtër i, litar i

bulgarian
ремък, въже, каишка

belarusian
шнур, шнурок

estonian
Pael, Kannatinnauha, Tros, rihma, köis

croatian
kratak konopac, Lanyard, Vrpca za nošenje, konopac za opaljivanje topa

icelandic
snúra

lithuanian
Diržas, Lanyard, virvele, Štrope, Talrep

latvian
štrope, aukliņa

macedonian
ременско, јаже, со ременско, врвка

romanian
curea, șnur, snur, lonja

slovenian
Ovratni trak, LANYARD, rešilno vrv, opaljivanje, Vrvica za opaljivanje

slovak
tenké, tenkej, ľahké

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The meaning and "use of": lanyard

noun
  • a rope threaded through a pair of deadeyes, used to adjust the tension in the rigging of a sailing vessel.

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