English → English - prop

Pronunciation
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

English → Spanish - prop

Pronunciation
s. puntal, apoyadero, apoyo, arrimadero, arriostramiento, paral, punto de apoyo, respaldo, rodrigón, soporte, sostén, sustentáculo
v. sostener, afianzar, apoyar, dar firmeza a, dar soporte a, dar sostén a, pilotar, respaldar, soportar

English → French - prop

Pronunciation
n. bâton, dossier; support; appui vertical, colonne; accessoire (en scène)
v. appuyer; soutenir, tenir, supporter (un poids); étayer

English → German - prop

Pronunciation
(proposition) ] n. Plan
n. Stütze; Säule; Lehne
v. (ab) stützen; (an) lehnen

English → Indonesian - prop

Pronunciation
n. sangga, tiang, tonggak, topang, penopang, topangan, sokong, ganjal, kalang, pendatang, jagang, andukan
v. memberi sandaran, menopang, menyangga, memperkalang, mengganjal, membantu
abbr. baling-baling

English → Italian - prop

Pronunciation
s. sostegno, puntello; (fig) aiuto, appoggio; trave di sostegno, sbatacchio; (Giard, Agr) tutore; (Sport) pilone
v. puntellare, sorreggere, sostenere; appoggiare, addossare; (Edil) armare

English → Polish - prop

Pronunciation
n. podpórka, podpora, stojak, ostoja, oparcie, podparcie, wsparcie, podtrzymywanie, podkładka, rekwizyt {teatr.}
v. podpierać, podtrzymywać, podstemplować, podeprzeć, podtrzymać

English → Portuguese - prop

Pronunciation
s. suporte; sustentáculo; coluna; peça (de teatro)
v. escorar, apoiar, sustentar

English → Romanian - prop

Pronunciation
n. suport, proptea, reazem, arc, stâlp, sprijin, mergător, picioare
v. propti, sprijini, rezema de, susţine, ajuta

English → Russian - prop

Pronunciation
с. стойка, подпорка, подставка, поддержка; пропеллер
г. подпирать, снабжать подпорками, поддерживать, помогать

English → Turkish - prop

Pronunciation
f. desteklemek, destek koymak, dayamak, yaslamak
i. destek, dayanak, payanda, sahne malzemesi, sahne elbisesi, pervane (uçak), atın birdenbire durması, dayak

English → Ukrainian - prop

Pronunciation
n. стояк, підпора, стовп, підтримка, теорема, пропелер, підпірка, підставка
v. підпирати, притуляти, підтримувати, збити з ніг

Dutch → English - prop

Pronunciation
n. stopper, wad, gag, plug, tamdion

English → Dutch - prop

Pronunciation
zn. steunen, stut, steun, steunpilaar, drager, leuning, stutten, schragen
ww. schragen, plotseling stilstaan met gesterkte voorpoten, steunen, schoren

English → Greek - prop

Pronunciation
ουσ. στήριγμα, στυλοβάτης, αποκούμπι, έλιξ πλοίου, κινητήρας, προπέλα
ρήμ. υποστηρίζω

Dutch → French - prop

Pronunciation
(watten) bouchon (m)

English → Arabic - prop

Pronunciation
‏دعامة، سناد، ركيزة، عمود، عصا، دعم، تأيد‏
‏دعم، سند، قوى‏

English → Chinese - prop

Pronunciation
(名) 支柱; 支持者; 支撑物; 后盾#道具#螺旋桨; 推进器
(动) 支撑; 维持

English → Chinese - prop

Pronunciation
(名) 支柱; 支持者; 支撐物; 後盾#道具#螺旋槳; 推進器
(動) 支撐; 維持

English → Hindi - prop

Pronunciation
n. आधार, अवलंब, खंभा, थूनी, टेक, सर्वनाम

English → Japanese - prop

Pronunciation
(動) 支える; 支持する
(名) 支持; 支柱; 支え
(名) 提案

English → Korean - prop

Pronunciation
명. 지지자, 옹호자; 지주, 버팀목; 소품, 연극상연에 사용되는 물건
동. 기대다; 받치다, 지지하다

English → Vietnamese - prop

Pronunciation
n. vật để chống, cọc để chống

Definition of prop

Pronunciation
Noun
1. An object placed against or under another, to support it; anything that supports.
They stuck a block of wood under it as a prop.
2. The player who is next to the hooker in a scrum.
3. One of the seashells in the game of props.
Verb
4. To support or shore up something.
Try using a phone book to prop up the table where the foot is missing.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: propping
Present: prop (3.person: props)
Past: propped
Future: will prop
Present conditional: would prop
Present Perfect: have propped (3.person: has propped)
Past Perfect: had propped
Future Perfect: will have propped
Past conditional: would have propped
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