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It's a vine, and supposing you have a young specimen or atleast some good green growth and not lignified (woody) sections you can easily root it..
You want to do what's called ground layering with this.
Get a couple of pots, or if you're doing this outside then don't worry about the pots
You will plant an end in the pot, then arch the vine into another pot in which will bury a small bit of it near the leaf int he soil then continue arching into the next pot, it will grow roots rather quickly and you'll have a nice growing specimen. Once you know they've taken root very well you can sever them at the arches and you'll have a bunch of specimens that'll grow nice and healthily (is that a word?)
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