Word: sling

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Related words: sling

baby sling, sling blade, sling bag, sling shot, ring sling, sling box, rifle sling, sling backpack, sling adapter, bladder sling, magpul, magpul sling, dish sling, single point sling, gun sling, arm sling

Synonyms: sling

(support) bandage, support, strap, catapult, slingshot, slingback

Translations: sling

spanish
cabestrillo, honda


german
schleuder, schlaufe, schlinge, armschlinge

french
dérapage, lancer, fronde, bandoulière, écharpe

italian
frombola, fionda

portuguese
funda, linga, estilingue, tipóia, eslinga

dutch
slinger, tilband, strop, draagdoek

russian
перевязь, праща, воды, канат, строп, ...

norwegian
fatle, slynge

swedish
sele, lyftselen, lyftsele, lyft

finnish
linko

danish
slynge, løftesejlet, sejlet, slyngen

czech
páska, prak

polish
przewiesić, temblak, strop, podwieszka, nosidło, ...

hungarian
kötélhám, szorítókötél, hordóakasztó, parittya

turkish
sapan

greek
κούνια

ukrainian
праща, жбурляти, перев'яз, підвішувати

albanian
hobe, Sling, hedh, gjuaj, fashë

bulgarian
прашка, прашката, сапан, слинг

belarusian
строп

estonian
tropp, ling

croatian
prebaciti, uprta, hitac, baciti, zločin, ...

icelandic
Sling, stroffa

lithuanian
stropas, svaidyklė, pakelti stropu, laidyti iš laidyklės, paraištė

latvian
linga, siksna, metiens, mest

macedonian
прашка, ластик, ремен, фрлање, Слинг

romanian
curea, praștie, prastie, praștia

slovenian
Zanka, obese, zanko, jermen

slovak
slučka, loop, slučky, smyčka

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The meaning and "use of": sling

noun
  • a flexible strap or belt used in the form of a loop to support or raise a weight.
  • a simple weapon in the form of a strap or loop, used to hurl stones or other small missiles.
  • a sweetened drink of liquor, especially gin, and water.

verb
  • suspend or arrange (something), especially with a strap or straps, so that it hangs loosely in a particular position.
  • throw; fling (often used to express the speaker's casual attitude).

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