Translation of grapnel in Spanish:

grapnel

rezón, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈɡrapn(ə)l//ˈɡræpnəl/

noun

  • 1

    rezón masculine
    • To obviate this, grapnels have been devised which, simultaneously with hooking the cable, will cut it and hold the desired end.
    • Apertures for grapnels will be cut by divers.
    • A wide variety of chain/wire chasers and grapnels are available, in addition to those illustrated below.
    • Many of the grapnels never reached the top because they were soaked and too heavy.
    • They would have three good ships for cutting grapnels and holding grapnels, so that they could buoy and lift the cable in three parts.
    • Several grapnels were hurled onto the deck from the patrol boat, latching onto to side rails and other parts of the hull.
    • A fresh wind was blowing so that it was impossible to work from a small boat tightly strained between two grapnels, in which manner the Norwegian current measurements were generally taken.
    • With the grapnel and rope attached to its antlers the animal struggles to get loose and breaks the rope, but not before it pulls the hydrofloat over to a wooden dock.
    • Additionally I have found that the typical grapnel often does not provide sufficient holding power.
    • The skipper rigs a 45m line with a grapnel to place it as close to the bridge as possible.
    • Furthermore, the weight of the inertia parts unnecessarily increases the weight of the whole grapnel.
    • The collapsible grapnel is a hand-thrown grapnel hook that is used for climbing, removing mines and other objects, and pulling concertina and barbed wire obstacles.
    • Cut and hold grapnels raise cable for repair from deep water.
    • The grapnels in high strength aluminum alloy can be projected to a height of minimum 50 m and horizontally to a minimum of 80 metres.
    • This entails digging down around the mine so that a grapnel can be attached and the mine pulled out of the ground my men under cover.
    • Instantly dazzled, I scurry along to the top of a bed at the very end, by the corner, where a petrol lamp jingles unnoticed from a ceiling grapnel.