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lanyard

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈlænjɑːd/ US   /ˈlænjərd/
WORKPLACE a long thick string or piece of material that is worn around the neck and used to carry small objects: Printed lanyards are a cheap promotional tool for advertising your company logo. Staff were issued with an ID card holder and a lanyard to carry it on.
Translations of “lanyard”
in Chinese (Traditional) (脖子上的)掛繩,掛鏈, (船上的)繫索…
in Chinese (Simplified) (脖子上的)挂绳,挂链, (船上的)系索…
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