neck sling

шейный ремень (бинокля)

English-Russian arms dictionary. 2013.

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  • Sling — Sling, n. [OE. slinge; akin to OD. slinge, D. slinger, OHG. slinga; cf. OF. eslingue, of German origin. See {Sling}, v. t.] 1. An instrument for throwing stones or other missiles, consisting of a short strap with two strings fastened to its ends …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Sling cart — Sling Sling, n. [OE. slinge; akin to OD. slinge, D. slinger, OHG. slinga; cf. OF. eslingue, of German origin. See {Sling}, v. t.] 1. An instrument for throwing stones or other missiles, consisting of a short strap with two strings fastened to its …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Sling dog — Sling Sling, n. [OE. slinge; akin to OD. slinge, D. slinger, OHG. slinga; cf. OF. eslingue, of German origin. See {Sling}, v. t.] 1. An instrument for throwing stones or other missiles, consisting of a short strap with two strings fastened to its …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sling — sling1 [sliŋ] n. [ME slinge < the v.] 1. a) a primitive instrument for throwing stones, etc., consisting of a piece of leather tied to cords that are whirled by hand for releasing the missile ☆ b) SLINGSHOT 2. the act of throwing with or as… …   English World dictionary

  • sling — I UK [slɪŋ] / US verb [transitive] Word forms sling : present tense I/you/we/they sling he/she/it slings present participle slinging past tense slung UK [slʌŋ] / US past participle slung 1) to throw something somewhere with force or in a careless …   English dictionary

  • sling — I. /slɪŋ / (say sling) noun 1. an instrument for hurling stones, etc., by hand, consisting of a strap or piece for holding the missile, with two strings attached, the ends of which are held in the hand (or attached to a staff), the whole being… …   Australian English dictionary

  • sling — sling1 [ slıŋ ] (past tense and past participle slung [ slʌŋ ] ) verb transitive 1. ) to throw something somewhere with force or in a careless way: Just sling all that stuff on the floor. sling out (=throw away): He slung out all her old… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • sling — A supporting bandage or suspensory device; especially a loop suspended from the neck and supporting the flexed forearm. * * * sling sliŋ n 1) a hanging bandage suspended from the neck to support an arm or hand 2) a harness esp. constructed for… …   Medical dictionary

  • sling — sling1 /sling/, n., v., slung, slinging. n. 1. a device for hurling stones or other missiles that consists, typically, of a short strap with a long string at each end and that is operated by placing the missile in the strap, and, holding the ends …   Universalium

  • sling — sling1 noun 1》 a flexible strap or belt used in the form of a loop to support or raise a hanging weight.     ↘a bandage or soft strap looped round the neck to support an injured arm.     ↘a pouch or frame for carrying a baby, supported by a strap …   English new terms dictionary

  • sling — {{11}}sling (n.1) c.1300, implement for throwing stones, from an unidentified continental source, e.g. M.L.G. slinge sling, from P.Gmc. *slenganan (Cf. O.H.G. slingan, Ger. schlingen to swing to and fro, wind, twist; O.E. slingan to creep, twist; …   Etymology dictionary

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