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noose

  

      n     (gen)    nœud    m   coulant  
→ He was forced to drive for miles with a noose around his neck.        
     (hangman's)    corde    f  
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Consulter aussi:

nose, noise, Norse, nosey

noose n.
noeud ; noeud coulant

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'noose' trouvé dans les traductions du dictionnaire Français-Anglais
v.
put a noose around one's neck
nf.
1. head in the noose 2. (old) ball and chain
[Fig.] Il va se marier samedi soir et se mettre la corde au cou. He's going to get married on Saturday night and put on the old ball and chain. "Ball and chain" often refers to a (nagging) husband or wife.
vi.
1. have one's head in the noose 2. put on the (old) ball and chain
[Fig.] Il va se marier samedi soir et se mettre la corde au cou. He's going to get married on Saturday night and put on the old ball and chain. "Ball and chain" often refers to a (nagging) husband or wife.
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