fisherman`s knot


fisherman`s knot
type of knot

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • Fisherman's knot — Knot details name=Fisherman s knot names=Waterman s knot, Angler s knot, Englishman s knot type=bend origin=Ancient related=Overhand knot, Double fisherman s knot, Triple fisherman s knot releasing=Jamming strength= caveat=Difficult or impossible …   Wikipedia

  • fisherman's knot — noun a knot for tying the ends of two lines together • Syn: ↑true lover s knot, ↑truelove knot • Hypernyms: ↑knot * * * noun : a knot for tying the ends of two lines together that is made by tying overhand knots in the ends around the opposite… …   Useful english dictionary

  • fisherman's knot — a knot for tying the ends of two lines together. Various websites have animated steps showing how to tie this knot …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • fisherman's knot — noun a knot used to join two small ropes by tying an overhand knot in the end of each around the opposite standing participle …   English new terms dictionary

  • Triple fisherman's knot — Knot details name=Triple Fisherman s Knot type=bend origin=Modern related=Fisherman s knot, Double fisherman s knot, Double overhand knot, Strangle knot releasing=Jamming strength=high caveat=Difficult to untie uses=Joining thin, stiff or… …   Wikipedia

  • Double fisherman's knot — Names Double Fisherman s knot, Grapevine, Double englishman s knot Category Bend …   Wikipedia

  • double fisherman's knot — noun Etymology: double (I) + fisherman s knot : barrel knot b …   Useful english dictionary

  • fisherman'sknot — fisherman s knot © School Division, Houghton Mifflin Company n. A knot used to join two lines, made by securing either end to the opposite standing part by an overhand knot. * * * …   Universalium

  • fisherman's bend — n. a kind of knot: see KNOT1 …   English World dictionary

  • knot — knot1 knotless, adj. knotlike, adj. /not/, n., v., knotted, knotting. n. 1. an interlacing, twining, looping, etc., of a cord, rope, or the like, drawn tight into a knob or lump, for fastening, binding, or connecting two cords together or a cord… …   Universalium


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