prop στα Αγγλικά

προφορά
n. support, rest; column, beam that is used as a support; item used during a performance, stage accessory
v. lean against -, place against -; hold up, support
n. stopper, wad, gag, plug, tampion, lump, obturator, clod, chunk, half pint

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Both Jim and I looked nervously at one another while the older gentleman propped his glasses on the tip of his nose and proceeded to scan our paperwork with a serious look on his face.
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The wounded were doubled over with pain or lying on the ground or propping themselves against the trees in painful silence.
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"Maybe, but why go to the trouble of making a prop that only works halfway?" she pointed out.
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A heavy wooden crossbar was propped up against the garden wall, beside the gate.
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A stage setting, props built for the sole purpose of getting drunks to part with their cash.
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A silence would follow. Daryushka would come out of the kitchen and with an expression of blank dejection would stand in the doorway to listen, with her face propped on her fist.
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Aglaia propped her chin on her hand and chanted in a thin, shrill, drawling voice.
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Below was a narrow stairway leading down to a door that had been propped open.
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Caroline had the girl wrapped in his coat and on her feet, propping her up like a rag doll.
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Camilla sat between them, with her elbow propped negligently on the table and her chin in her hand, tranquil as an orchid.
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Συνώνυμα

support: brace, strengthen, sustain, uphold, stay, buttress, bolster



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