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jump rope

Translation of jump rope in Spanish:


  • (American English)
    cuerda (feminine) de saltar
    (Mexico) reata (feminine) de saltar
    (Colombia) lazo (masculine) de saltar
    (Chile) cordel (masculine) de saltar
    comba (feminine) (Spain)
    to play (at) jump rope
    saltar a la cuerda or (Spain tb) a la comba or (Colombia) (al) lazo or (Chile) al cordel
    brincar la reata (Mexico)
    Example sentences
    • Though it weighs mere ounces and takes up less space than an extension cord, a jump rope provides one of the most effective, comprehensive workouts you'll ever experience.
    • But then the girls come over and shyly ask, ‘Do you have the jump rope?’
    • And if you don't mind looking a little silly, you don't need a jump rope: Just pretend it's there by jumping in place while swinging your arms.
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