come-along
Noun

come-along (plural come-alongs)

  1. (technical) A type of hand-operated winch used, for example, to tighten straps, chains, or ropes.
    The kayak was tied to the roof of her car with two come alongs.
  2. A type of hold used to restrain an opponent.



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