- the end of a rope in a ship's rigging that is made fast, as distinct from the end to be hauled on.；(in knot-tying) the main part of the rope as opposed to the free end.
noun: standing part, plural noun: standing parts
- n.the end of a rope or sheet in a ship's rigging which is made fast, as distinct from the end to be hauled on.
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