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loop in Daily life topic

looploop2 verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]DT to make a loop or make something into a looploop something over/around etc something He looped the rope over the post.2 [intransitive]TURN to move in a circular direction that forms the shape of a loop The ball looped over the goalkeeper into the back of the net.3 loop the loop4 (also loop in) [transitive] informal to give someone the latest news or information about a situationloop on Keep me looped in on any further developments.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
loopA man in the next car was looping a tie around his neck.White-bead chains that held dosimeters, radiation-sensing devices resembling large telephone pagers, were looped around their necks.The seven kites dipped and looped as one.Then he starts to loop his hair into an elastic band first thing every morning.A knotted skein of nylon straps was looped round his chest.Cecilia could see that the man with the bear held it by a chain looped round its neck.It was tricky work, which Trondur directed, to loop the belts around the raft and then pull them tight.The space probe looped toward Jupiter.