шкот

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Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Dutch schoot.

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Noun[edit]

шкот (škotm inan (genitive шко́та, nominative plural шко́ты, genitive plural шко́тов)

  1. (nautical) guy, guy line, sheet rope (support cable)

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