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stapler

noun [C] uk   /ˈsteɪ.plər/ us    /-plɚ/
a small device that you can hold in your hand or use on a table to push staples through pieces of paper
Translations of “stapler”
in Korean 호치키스, 스테이플러…
in Arabic دَبّاسة…
in Portuguese grampeador…
in Catalan grapadora…
in Japanese ホッチキス(ホチキス), ステープラー…
in Italian spillatrice…
in Chinese (Traditional) 訂書機…
in Russian степлер…
in Turkish tel zımba…
in Chinese (Simplified) 订书机…
in Polish zszywacz…
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