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prolonge knot
NOUN
1.
a knot consisting of three overlapping loops formed by a single rope passed alternately over and under itself at crossings.
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Prolonge definition, a rope having a hook at one end and a toggle at the other, used for various purposes, as to draw a gun carriage. See more.

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Prolong definition, to lengthen out in time; extend the duration of; cause to continue longer: to prolong one's stay abroad. See more.

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Prolongated definition, to prolong. ... 1590-1600; < Late Latin prōlongātus, past participle of prōlongāre to prolong; see -ate<sup>1</sup>. Dictionary.com Unabridged

Prolonge - definition of prolonge by The Free Dictionary

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Noun, 1. prolonge - a rope fitted with a hook and used for towing a gun carriage. prolonge knot, sailor's breastplate - a knot in the rope used to drag a gun ...

Prolonger - definition of prolonger by The Free Dictionary

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tr.v. pro·longed, pro·long·ing, pro·longs. To lengthen in duration; protract: factors that prolong the drug's effect. [Middle English prolongen, from Old French ...

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Define knot. knot synonyms, knot pronunciation, knot translation, English ... prolonge knot, sailor's breastplate - a knot in the rope used to drag a gun carriage .

Prolonged - definition of prolonged by The Free Dictionary

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tr.v. pro·longed, pro·long·ing, pro·longs. To lengthen in duration; protract: factors that prolong the drug's effect. [Middle English prolongen, from Old French ...

prolonge - WordReference.com Dictionary of English

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prolonge - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums. All Free. ... prolonge knot - sailor's breastplate. Forum discussions with the ...