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''They stuck a block of wood under it as a prop.''
To support or up something.
''Try using a phone book to prop up the table where the foot is missing.''
to play rugby in the prop position
To position the feet of (a person) while sitting, lying down, or reclining so that the knees are elevated at a higher level.
''They used the trophy as a prop in the movie.''
An item placed within an advertisement in order to suggest a style of living etc.
A (l), (l) made of paper, cloth, slime or some other suitable material.
A piece of paper or similar which has been (l)d into a ball-like shape, usually though not necessarily with the intent of throwing it away. → A (l) of paper. Usually used in the diminutive form ''propje''. Often the material is assumed to be paper or unimportant, but it can be specified: ''propje (m)'' (paper), ''propje (m)'' (plastic), ''propje (m)'' (household plastic foil), ''propje (m)'' (aluminium foil), ''propje (m)'' (kitchen paper), ''propje (m)'' (toilet paper), ''propje (m) papier'' (coloured paper), ''propje (m)'' (crepe paper) and so on.
An (l). Often used in the diminutive form ''propje''. The substance of the embolism can be indicated: (m) (blood clot), (m) (fatty substance), (m) (cholesterol). Note however that the last two terms are also used as derogatory words for someone who eats too much, especially fatty food.
(nl-verb form of)
(l), an item placed on a stage or set to create a scene or scenario in which actors perform.