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belay

  

      vb   , -lays, -laying, -layed  
1      (Nautical)   to make fast (a line) by securing to a pin, cleat, or bitt  
2    usually imperative     (Nautical)   to stop; cease  
3      (Mountaineering)   to secure (a climber) to a mountain by tying the rope off round a rock spike, piton, nut, etc  
      n  
4      (Mountaineering)   the attachment (of a climber) to a mountain by tying the rope off round a rock spike, piton, nut, etc., to safeguard the party in the event of a fall  
   See also       running belay  
     (Old English belecgan; related to Old High German bileggen, Dutch beleggen)  


running belay  
      n     (Mountaineering)   the clipping of the rope through a karabiner attached to a sling, piton, nut, etc., secured to the mountain: used by a leading climber of a team to reduce the length of a possible fall,   (Also called)    runner  
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