English version

rope ladder

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrope ladderˈrope ˌladder noun [countable]  TZa ladder made of two long ropes connected by wooden pieces that you stand on
Examples from the Corpus
rope ladderTalbot, accompanied by Denholm, climbed down a rope ladder to greet the owner.The police crew secured a line to the bow, then dropped a rope ladder over the side.Instead there is a perpendicular rope ladder.As she looked up into the spotlight and the rope ladder unfurled she thought the Chinooks had come for her.
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