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    cord, string, thread, rope

    Hi,

    Please tell me the difference between (cord, string, thread, rope). I thought all that same thing. Now I have second thoughts whether they are really same or not.

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    Re: cord, string, thread, rope

    Use thread to sew clothes.
    Use a rope to tie a boat to the dock.
    Use string or cord to tie packages.
    Use string to fly a kite.

    Thickness
    1. Rope <thickest>
    2. cord
    3. string
    4 thread


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    Re: cord, string, thread, rope

    Thank you.
    Can I say my shoe strings are undone?

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    Re: cord, string, thread, rope

    Yes! Shoestrings or shoelaces.

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