lasso definition

  • noun:
    • an extended line with a running noose at one end, made use of particularly to get horses and cattle. Also known as lariat.
    • a lengthy rope with a sliding cycle on a single end, usually utilized in ranching to catch cattle and ponies.
    • An image-editing function permitting the consumer to recapture an irregularly-shaped item by attracting an approximate overview.
    • A rope or lengthy thong of leather-based with a running noose, employed for getting horses, cattle, etc.
    • a lengthy line or cable of hide (from 60 to 100 foot), having a running noose at one end, used especially in the Spanish (or initially Spanish or Portuguese) areas of America for catching horses and wild cattle.
    • a lengthy noosed line used to get animals
    • Belgian composer (1532-1594)
  • verb-transitive:
    • To catch with or as though with such an extended rope.
    • To capture with a lasso.
  • verb:
    • To get with a lasso.
    • catch with a lasso
  • others:
    • To get or capture in the shape of a lasso.

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