A rope, chain, or rod attached to anything to steady it; as: a rope to steady or guide an object which is being hoisted or lowered; a rope which holds in place the end of a boom, spar, or yard in a ship; a chain or wire rope connecting a suspension bridge with the land on either side to prevent lateral swaying; a rod or rope attached to the top of a structure, as of a derrick, and extending obliquely to the ground, where it is fastened.
To steady or guide with a guy.
A rope or wire used to steady or support
A line for bracing the top of a pole, derrick, or any other similar appaatus.
Cables attached to a tripod or tower to increase stability. Our 30 foot towers must be guyed. Other towers and tripods may be guyed if increased stability is required.
a rope or cable that is used to brace something (especially a tent)
steady or support with with a guy wire or cable; "The Italians guyed the Tower of Pisa to prevent it from collapsing"
a rope or wire used to hold a spar in place. The spinnaker pole will have both fore and aft guys. The main boom may be guyed out by means of a preventer to prevent it swinging back inboard.
A rope used to adjust the position of a spinnaker pole.
a rope used to steady and control the lateral swing of a boom or derrick
A cable or brace that supports a mast or pole.
a line used to control the end of a spar. A spinnaker pole, for example, has one end attached to the mast, while the free end is moved back and forth with a guy.
A rope, chain, rod, or wire attached to something as a brace or guide.
Any rope used to steady an object.
A rope fixed to keep any thing steady in its place.
A cable that guides or holds something, such as an antenna.
A rope or wire line that holds the top of a drill derrick or pole. It is anchored into the ground.
a supporting or steadying line or wire
Cable, rope, chain, etc. attached to something to steady or guide it, by providing lateral stability.
A rope or wire used to control a spar (usually a spinnaker boom).
A guy is a term for a line (rope) attached to and intended to control the end of a spar on a sailboat. On a modern sloop-rigged sailboat with a symmetric spinnaker, the spinnaker pole is the spar most commonly controlled by one or more guys.