rope

listen to the pronunciation of rope
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} halat

Benim sandığımda bir halatım var. - I've got a rope in my trunk.

Helikopter pilotuna aşağıya bir halat göndermesini söyle! - Tell the helicopter pilot to throw down a rope!

ip
{i} sicim
{i} urgan
(Gıda) sünme
{f} ip ip olmak (sıvı)
{f} bağla

Tom sarı renkli naylon bir iple bağlandı. - Tom was tied with a yellow nylon rope.

Tom ipi güvenli bir biçimde bağladı. - Tom knotted the rope securely.

iple/halatla bağlamak
{i} kement

Sana kementleri göstereceğim. - I'll show you the ropes.

(Askeri) HAİL ŞERİT: Uzun bir madeni levha tel rulodan oluşan, geniş, alçak frekans algılama yeteneğine sahip bir karıştırma reflektörü parçası. Ayrıca bakınız: "chaff"
rope yarn halatbe at
rope off ip çevirerek sınırlamak
kementle tutmak
nemli veya yapışkan lif veya iplik
{i} idam
dili kandırmak
{i} ipe dizilmiş şeyler
{f} kementle yakalamak
{f} iple bağlamak
{i} dizi
{i} hareket serbestliği
{f} halatla bağlamak
ip,v.bağla: n.ip
{i} ipe çekme (idam)
{i} hareket özgürlüğü
ip gibi dizilmiş şey
{i} içeceğin yapışkan oluşumu
{f} bağlamak
rope in k
(Tekstil) iplik
kablo
steel rope
çelik halat
rope-a-dope
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) Boksta iplere dayanarak rakibin yumruklarını bloklayıp yorulmasını amaçlayan bir çeşit taktik
rope coil
(Denizbilim) roda
rope ferry
(Askeri) varagele
rope jumping
ip atlama
rope off
iple kesmek
rope brake
kordonlu eğleç
rope brake
kablolu eğleç
rope breakage
halat kopması
rope drive
halatla iletme
rope drive
halatla tahrik
rope factory
halat fabrikası
rope in
kandırmak
rope in
inandır
rope in
yardıma ikna etmek
rope ladder
ip merdiven

Onların bir ip merdiveni olup olmadığını merak ediyorum. - I wonder if they have a rope ladder.

Tom ip merdiveni açtı ve onu pencerenin dışına astı. - Tom unrolled the rope ladder and hung it out the window.

rope off
iple kes
rope off
ip gererek ayırmak
rope pulley
kablo makarası
rope reel
halat tamburu
rope reel
halat makarası
rope wire
halat teli
rope yarn
halat ipi
rope a dope
ip bir uyuşturucu
rope down
ip aşağı
rope drum
halat tambur
rope in
(deyim) Bir işi yaptırmak, bir işe ortak etmek için kandırmak
rope into
(deyim) Bir işi yaptırmak, bir işe ortak etmek için kandırmak
rope ladder
İp merdiven, kaytan iskele
rope ladder
kaytan iskele
rope lay
(Endüstri) Halat bükümü
rope maker
ip maker
rope pulley
kablo makarası, halat makarası
rope reel
halat makarası, halat tamburu
rope squeezer
halat sıkma makinesi
rope stitch
(Tekstil) Punto dikişi
rope bomb
ip/halat bomba
rope brake
ipli fren
rope brake
kordonlu fren
rope brake
kablolu fren
rope chaff
(Askeri) HAİL ŞERİTLİ KARIŞTIRMA REFLEKTÖRÜ: Bir veya daha çok hail şeridi bulunan karıştırma reflektörü
rope dancer
ip cambazı
rope drive
(Otomotiv) ip ile çalıştırılan
rope dyeing
(Tekstil) halat halinde boyama
rope eyelet
(Askeri) halat matafyon
rope ferry
(Askeri) VARAGELE: Bir nehir veya geçidin üzerine geçirilen ve teçhizatın bir taraftan öbür tarafa geçirilmesine yarayan halatlar. Teçhizat, bir makaranın ucuna asılır ve makaraya bağlı olan bir çekme halatı ile karşı kıyıya çekilir
rope fitter
(Tekstil) kaytancı
rope grabber
halat tutucu
rope groove
halat oluğu
rope guidcr
(Tekstil) halat kılavuzu
rope guider
(Tekstil) halat kılavuzu
rope hook
halat kancası
rope in
iple çevirmek
rope in
(Fiili Deyim ) kandırmak , aldatmak , kandırıp bir iş yaptırmak
rope in
{k} -i kandırmak
rope in
kementle yakalamak
rope in
(deyim) rope someone in (kd) kandırmak,kandırıp bir iş yaptırmak
rope in
kafeslemek
rope maker
halatçı
rope mangle
(Tekstil) halat sıkma makinesi
rope off
-i iple ayırarak girişi engellemek
rope off
(Fiili Deyim ) (yolu) ip çekip ayırmak , iple kesmek
rope opener
(Tekstil) halat açıcı
rope padding mangle
(Tekstil) halat emdirme makinesi
rope railway
teleferik
rope railway
asma hat
rope railway
tel yol
rope reeving
halat donam sistemi
rope sag
halat sarkması
rope scutcher
(Teknik,Tekstil) halat açıcı
rope scuther
(Tekstil) halat açıcı
rope slipping
halat kayması
rope soaper
(Tekstil) halat yıkama makinesi
rope starter
ip ile ilk hareket verici
rope swueezer
(Tekstil) halat sıkma makinesi
rope tackle
halatlı palanga
rope tackle
halattı makara
rope teams
(Askeri) ip timleri
rope trawl
(Denizbilim) halat trol
rope up
ipe bağlanmak (dağcılık)
rope washer
(Tekstil) halat yıkama makinesi
rope winch
halatlı vinç
rope's end
usturpa
rope's end
ucu kurşunlu hırbaç
jump rope
ip atlamak
skip rope
ip atlamak
skipping rope
ip atlama ipi
skipping rope
atlama ipi
skipping rope
ip atlama

Tom ip atlamayı sevmez. - Tom doesn't like skipping rope.

anchor rope
(Askeri) armatür halkası
be at the end of one's rope
çaresiz kalmak
coil of rope
roda
coir rope
gomba
drag rope
çekme halatı
grab rope
(Askeri) vardakavo
guest rope
(Askeri) vardakavo
guide rope
(Askeri) açavele
guy rope
(Askeri) lente ipi
i'm at the end of my rope
(deyim) artık sabrım taştı
i'm at the end of my rope
(deyim) canıma tak etti artık
jumping rope
ip atlama
rope in
ikna etmek
serve a rope
(Askeri) halatı façuna etmek
skip rope
ip atlama
without a rope
ipsiz
balance rope
denge halatı
boring rope
delme halatı
buoy rope
şamandıra halatı
cast off the rope
halatı mola etmek
chain rope
salyafora haladı
drag rope
çekme ipi
drag rope
yedek halatı
guest rope
vardakava
guest rope
tonoz halatı
guest rope
yedek halatı
guy rope
gemi direği halatı
guy rope
germe halatı
hemp rope
kenevir halat
hemp rope
kenevir ip
lang lay rope
langlay çelik halat
leading rope
kılavuz halatı
leech rope
gradin halatı
manila rope
halat
nylon rope
naylon halat
picket rope
kazık ipi
tow rope
permeçe
tow rope
yedek halatı
Manilla rope
halat
a rope
İp
at the end of my rope
ipin ucunda
be at the end of one´s rope
çaresiz kalmak
bell-rope
can ipi
buoy rope
samandıra halatı
chain rope
salyafora haladi
check rope
kontrol ip
construction rope
(İnşaat) Çırpı ipi

Çırpı ipi ile tuğlaları dizdim.

endless rope haulage
sonsuz halatli taşıma
flat rope
yassı halat
haul rope
çekme halatı
head rope
baş halat
heave at rope
ip at çekmek
mooring rope
samandıra ücreti, demirleme ücreti
mooring rope
Palamar takımı
mooring rope
Geminin bağlandığı yer
mooring rope
Demir atma
on the rope
ipte
pull rope
halat çekme
pulling rope
halat çekme
resembling a rope
İp benzeyen
sheet rope
yaprak ip
show someone the rope
(deyim) bir işin nasıl yapıldığını göstermek
slack rope
bolluk ip
tail rope
kuyruk halatı
anchor rope
(Tekstil) armatür halatı
asbestos rope
(Tekstil) amyant ipliği ( amyant teli, amyant kordon )
bell rope
{i} çan ipi
bell rope
(isim) çan ipi
border rope for furling a net
(Spor) faril
breast rope
denizcilikte koltuk halatı
chain rope
(Askeri) salya fora baladı
emergency rope
emniyet ipi
endless rope haulage
sonsuz halatlı taşıma
fiber rope
(Askeri) lif halat
fiber rope
(İnşaat) bitki lifi ip
foot rope
(Askeri) marsipet
give s.o. rope
birini serbest bırakmak, birini kendi haline bırakmak
glider tow rope
(Askeri) PLANÖR ÇEKME HALATI: Planörlerin uçaklar vasıtasıyla çekilmesinde kullanılan halat
glider tow rope
(Askeri) planör çekme halatı
guide rope
kılavuz halatı
guide rope
balon idare ipi
guy rope
(Askeri) GERGİ İPİ, GERGİ HALATI, LENTE İPİ: Bir çadırı tespit etmek üzere yere çakılmış kazığa başlanan ip, bir yapıyı tespit etmek için yere demirlenen halat
hanging rope
(Askeri) kaldırma halatı
haulage rope
(Askeri) ÇEKME İPİ
having a rope
halatlı
hoisting rope
kaldırma halatı
jet rope rinser
(Tekstil) düzeli halat yıkama makinesi
jute rope
jüt halat
luff rope
(Askeri) larmo yakası halatı
main rope
(Askeri) ana halat
mast rope
(Askeri) gındazo
money for old rope
(deyim) kolay kazanilmis para
money for old rope
kolay para
mooring rope
(Askeri) bağlama halatı
push on a rope
boşa uğraşmak
ridge rope
dağcı ipi
safety rope
emniyet ipi
selvedge rope
(Tekstil) kenar ipi
steel rope
çelik kablo
tiller rope
(Askeri) dümen halatı
Englisch - Englisch
A hard line drive

He hit a rope past third and into the corner.

Cordage of at least 1 inch in diameter, or a length of such cordage
To tie (something) with something

The robber roped the victims.

To throw a rope around (something)

The cowboy roped the calf.

Flunitrazepam, also known as Rohypnol
Thick strings, yarn, monofilaments, metal wires, or strands of other cordage that are twisted together to form a stronger line

Nylon rope is usually stronger than similar rope made of plant fibers.

A continuous stream
A data structure resembling a string, using a concatenation tree in which each leaf represents a character
A unit of distance equivalent to the distance covered in six months by a god flying at ten million miles per second
A necklace of at least 1 meter in length
An individual length of such material

The swinging bridge is constructed of 40 logs and 30 ropes.

A unit of length equal to 20 feet
A cohesive strand of something
A long thin segment of soft clay, either extruded or formed by hand
If you know the ropes, you know how a particular job or task should be done. The moment she got to know the ropes, there was no stopping her
{n} a cord, halter, row of things dependent
{v} to form into filaments, to become ropy
Traditionally, a line must be over 1 inch in size to be called a rope
1 Marijuana (ref to hemp)
fasten with a rope; "rope the bag securely"
A length of this string
The rope connects the handle to the boat Common wakeboarding rope lengths are between 55'-80'
A hard line drive hit by a batter Also "frozen rope "
In general, cordage as it is purchased at the store When it comes aboard a vessel and is put to use, it becomes a line
A large, stout cord, usually one not less than an inch in circumference, made of strands twisted or braided together
a length of twisted fiber that can be used as lifesaving equipment
A narrow, often contorted, condensation funnel usually associated with the decaying stage of a tornado
as, a rope of onions
Traditionally a line must be over 1 inch in size to be called a rope
(or Rope Funnel) - A narrow, often contorted condensation funnel usually associated with the decaying stage of a tornado See rope stage
Remote Object Proxy Engine (ROPE) provides a set of COM components (rope dll) that assist in building SOAP messaging into your applications If you were to call a SOAP method without using ROPE you would have to format the SOAP calls into XML, package the call into an HTTP request and send it, receive the HTTP response and parse the returning XML ROPE takes care of all of that complexity for you ROPE is not required to use SOAP, but it sure makes things easier Microsoft's Visual Studio 6 0 SOAP Toolkit contains some helpful information and examples of how to implement ROPE Develop a Web Service: Up and Running with the SOAP Toolkit for Visual Studio
Material used to make lines and ropework You might say, "Bring me a piece of rope from the boathouse to replace this line "
{f} tie, fasten with a rope, bind with a rope
A style of chain in which the links are intertwined to resemble a length of rope
To lasso (a steer, horse)
A rope is a thick cord or wire that is made by twisting together several thinner cords or wires. Ropes are used for jobs such as pulling cars, tying up boats, or tying things together. He tied the rope around his waist. a piece of rope
(or Rope Funnel) a narrow, often twisted condensation funnel usually associated with the decaying stage of a tornado
a run of A-10-K-Q-J in the trump suit
emphasis If you describe a payment as money for old rope, you are emphasizing that it is earned very easily, for very little effort
If you give someone enough rope to hang themselves, you give them the freedom to do a job in their own way because you hope that their attempts will fail and that they will look foolish. The King has merely given the politicians enough rope to hang themselves
It differs from cord, line, and string, only in its size
Thick, strong string made of several strands that have been twisted together
To prevent from winning (as a horse), by pulling or curbing
A guide rope
To draw, as with a rope; to entice; to inveigle; to decoy; as, to rope in customers or voters
To bind, fasten, or tie with a rope or cord; as, to rope a bale of goods
{i} strong cord made from strong braided fibers (such as hemp)
A row or string consisting of a number of things united, as by braiding, twining, etc
catch with a lasso; "rope cows"
To connect or fasten together, as a party of mountain climbers, with a rope
If you show someone the ropes, you show them how to do a particular job or task. Assemblage of fibres, filaments, or wires compacted by twisting or braiding into a long, flexible line. Wire rope is often referred to as cable. The basic requirement for service is that the rope remain firmly compacted and structurally stable, even while being bent, twisted, and pulled. The most important property of a rope is its tensile strength. Because even short fibres can be spun into long flexible yarns, practically any fibre can be made into a rope. Braided ropes deteriorate more slowly than twisted ropes
The small intestines; as, the ropes of birds
To partition, separate, or divide off, by means of a rope, so as to include or exclude something; as, to rope in, or rope off, a plot of ground; to rope out a crowd
Pearl necklace that is longer than 45 inches
If you rope one thing to another, you tie the two things together with a rope. I roped myself to the chimney
a strong line
A rope is a string of pearls that is over 40 inches long
street names for flunitrazepan
a strong line fasten with a rope; "rope the bag securely
To be formed into rope; to draw out or extend into a filament or thread, as by means of any glutinous or adhesive quality
An exclamation yelled when a rope is being thrown toward the base of a climb or being pulled from below through anchors at the top of a climb
If you are learning the ropes, you are learning how a particular task or job is done
cordage
rope ladder
A flexible ladder, constructed of rope, often with wooden rungs, suspended from the top
rope up
to attach oneself to a rope
rope up
to tie up using a rope
rope yarn
a yarn of fibers, twisted up loosely and right-handedly
rope yarn
yarn or thread, composing the strands of a rope
rope-a-dope
Any strategy where an apparently losing position is assumed in the hope of eventual victory

Maybe, I suggested, it was the old rope-a-dope to lower expectations, but that was tougher for him than it had been in 2000: He was now the president.

rope-a-dope
A technique in which the boxer assumes a defensive stance against the ropes and absorbs an opponent's blows, hoping to exploit eventual tiredness or a mistake

I went into my own version of Ali's rope-a-dope, ducking as many of the heavy blows as I could, and waiting for some kind of idea to come to me.

rope-a-dope
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) A boxing fighting style commonly associated with Muhammad Ali in his 1974 Rumble in the Jungle match against George Foreman
rope in
(deyim) Persuade to take part in
rope into
(deyim) Persuade to take part in
rope bridge
a bridge consisting of ropes
rope burn
abrasion (usually on the hands) caused by friction from a rope
rope in
divide by means of a rope; "The police roped off the area where the crime occurred
rope in
draw in as if with a rope; lure; "The agent had roped in several customers"
rope in
If you say that you were roped in to do a particular task, you mean that someone persuaded you to help them do that task. Visitors were roped in for potato picking and harvesting I got roped in to help with the timekeeping
rope ladder
a ladder with side pieces of rope
rope ladder
A rope ladder is a ladder made of two long ropes connected by short pieces of rope, wood, or metal. a ladder made of two long ropes connected by wooden pieces that you stand on
rope making
weaving of ropes, creating ropes from many threads
rope of sand
something insubstantial, something immaterial
rope off
divide by means of a rope; "The police roped off the area where the crime occurred"
rope off
If you rope off an area, you tie ropes between posts all around its edges so that people cannot enter it without permission. You should rope off a big field and sell tickets
rope tow
a ski tow offering only a moving rope to hold onto
rope tow
A continuous rope conveyor used to pull skiers up a slope; a ski tow
rope up
attach to one another, for safety; "The mountaineers roped up when they started the final ascent
rope yarn
the strands out of which ropes are made
rope-a-dope
a boxing tactic: pretending to be trapped against the ropes while your opponenet wears himself out throwing punches
Manila rope
rope made from fibres of Manila hemp
at the end of one's rope
Out of options; having no more options
at the end of one's rope
Alternative form of at the end of one's tether
bell rope
A short length of rope, spliced to the eye of the clapper of a ship's bell and by which it is struck
bolt rope
A rope sewn around the edge of a sail to prevent tearing
bolt-rope
Rope sewn around the edges of a sail to prevent it from fraying; placed slightly off-centre to assist orientation by feel in the dark
bull rope
a rope used for hoisting a topmast or topgallant mast in a square-rigged ship; it is rove from the cap of the lower mast, through a sheave in the foot of the topmast and then back through a block on the lower masthead, with the hauling part led to the deck
buoy rope
The rope that secures a buoy to an anchor on the seabed
cable-laid rope
a very thick rope used for tasks such as towing; made by twisting together three ordinary hawser-laid ropes
fast rope
To slide down a rope as a means of descending to the ground, especially from a hovering helicopter
give him enough rope and he'll hang himself
If one gives someone enough freedom of action, they may destroy themselves by foolish actions
give one enough rope
To allow one to function unhindered, or without further overbearing oversight
goat rope
A convoluted issue that is contested by many parties
goat rope
A confusing, disorganized situation often attributed to or marked by human error
guy rope
A rope or cable used to steady either a tall structure, or a thing being hoisted or lowered
hawser-laid rope
normal rope in which three strands are laid up against the twist
jump rope
The length of rope, sometimes with handles, casing or other additions, used in that activity
jump rope
To repeatedly jump over a rope, the ends of which are held by the jumper or by two others, while the rope is swung under the feet and over the head of the jumper; to play the game of jump rope; to exercise by jumping rope
jump rope
A single jump in this game or activity, counted as a measure of achievement

SALLY: One time, I did a hundred jump ropes.

jump rope
(also jump-roping, jumping rope) The activity, game or exercise in which a person must jump, bounce or skip repeatedly while a length of rope is swung over and under, both ends held in the hands of the jumper, or alternately, held by two other participants. Often used for athletic training and among schoolchildren. Variations involve speed, chants, varied rope and jumper movement patterns, multiple jumpers and/or multiple ropes
leg rope
A cord tied to the surfboard (usually near the tail) and attached to the surfer's leg

2006: The universal adoption of the leg rope has had a significant impact on surfboard construction and design, surfing performance and crowds. — surfresearch.com.au glossary.

money for old rope
Money exchanged for goods of low value
piss up a rope
To engage in futile or impossible activity

You can't park here, I'm saving this spot for my friend. Go piss up a rope..

prayer rope
A loop made up of complex knots used by members of the Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholic churches to count the number of times they have prayed the Jesus Prayer
roper
Agent noun of rope; one who uses a rope, especially one who throws a lariat
skip rope
The rope used in this activity
skip rope
To jump over a rope, both of whose ends are held by the jumper or by two others, while the rope is moved under the jumper's feet in a continual rhythm; to play the game of jump rope or exercise by jumping rope
skipping rope
Present participle of skip rope
skipping rope
An item for play or physical exercise consisting of a length of rope with a handle attached to each end, intended to be swung over and under a person jumping in a continual rhythm
the end of one's rope
The limit of one’s patience, when one is so frustrated or annoyed that one can no longer take it

I am at the end of my rope with this situation.

the end of one's rope
The point at which one has run out of options or the ability to delay
wire rope
A strong cable consisting of twisted strands of wire, generally intended for supporting heavy loads
at the end of one's rope
(deyim) Losing control of myself, losing patience.- Babysitting five kids, I was at the end of my rope

at the end of my rope / at the end of my tether.

jump rope
Jump rope (American English) or skipping rope (British English) is the primary tool used in the game of skipping played by children and many young adults, where one or more participants jump over a rope swung so that it passes under their feet and over their heads
show someone the rope
(deyim) to explain to someone how to do a job or activity
skipping rope
Jump rope (American English) or skipping rope (British English) is the primary tool used in the game of skipping played by children and many young adults, where one or more participants jump over a rope swung so that it passes under their feet and over their heads
bell rope
{i} rope used to ring a bell (church bell, etc.)
coil a rope
wind up a rope, fold a rope into circles
drum-buffer-rope
(Ticaret) A technique that attempts to manage production flow through the identification of a bottleneck that sets the pace of releasing materials to production (drum), a buffer inventory to ensure continued operation of the bottleneck, and the system to control communications and information flow from the drum to the material release point (rope)
end of one's rope
final point, end, termination; end of one's abilities, desperate situation
give one rope
provide with the freedom to work
guess rope
A guess warp
guest rope
The line by which a boat makes fast to the swinging boom
guide rope
A rope fastened to another rope that is lifting a load, used to guide the rope and steady the load
guide rope
A rope hung from a balloon or dirigible so as trail along the ground for about half its length, used to preserve altitude automatically, by variation of the length dragging on the ground, without loss of ballast or gas
guide rope
a rope used to guide the movement of the load of a crane
guy rope
a rope or cable that is used to brace something (especially a tent)
guy rope
A guy rope is a rope or wire that has one end fastened to a tent or pole and the other end fixed to the ground, so that it keeps the tent or pole in position. = guy
hangman's rope
a rope that is used by a hangman to execute persons who have been condemned to death by hanging
jump rope
A jump rope is a piece of rope, usually with handles at each end. You exercise with it by turning it round and round and jumping over it. A rope that is twirled and jumped over in children's games or in conditioning exercises. or skip rope Children's game in which players hold a rope (jump rope) at each end and twirl it in a circle, while one or more players jump over it each time it reaches its lowest point. Dating from the 19th century, it is traditionally a girl's sidewalk or playground game that usually involves the chanting of a counting rhyme (e.g., "One, two, touch my shoe"). There are many types of jumps, including single, double, and backward; in "double Dutch," two ropes are twirled simultaneously in opposite directions. Single-rope jumping, or rope skipping, is popular with boxers to develop the lungs and legs and improve coordination and footwork
jump rope
a child's game or a cardiopulmonary exercise in which the player jumps over a swinging rope a length of rope (usually with handles on each end) that is swung around while someone jumps over it
money for old rope
(Slang) profit that is attained without difficulty; reward obtained without any difficulty
pay away a rope
release a rope, set a rope free
ridge rope
either of a pair of lifelines running alongside the bowsprit of a ship
roped
Past tense of to rope
roper
{i} one who ties with a rope, one who fastens with a strong cord made of fiber
roper
One fit to be hanged
roper
a decoy who lures customers into a gambling establishment (especially one with a fixed game)
roper
One who uses a rope, especially one who throws a lariat
roper
A maker of ropes
roper
a craftsman who makes ropes
roper
One who ropes goods; a packer
roper
a cowboy who uses a lasso to rope cattle or horses a decoy who lures customers into a gambling establishment (especially one with a fixed game)
roper
a cowboy who uses a lasso to rope cattle or horses
ropes
plural of rope
ropes
third-person singular of rope
roping
present participle of rope
roping
capturing cattle or horses with a lasso
skipping rope
rope that is used for a jumping activity known as skipping
skipping rope
skip·ping rope skipping ropes in AM, use skip rope A skipping rope or skip rope is a piece of rope, usually with handles at each end. You exercise or play with it by turning it round and round and jumping over it
slack rope
loose rope
slip rope
rope for tying
throw the rope in after the bucket
the situation was lost, there was no way to solve the problem
tow rope
strong cable used for dragging
trail rope
Same as Guide rope, above
wire rope
Rope made of twisted strands of wire
rope
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