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English definition of “staple”
/ˈsteɪpl/ noun [C]
› WORKPLACE a short thin piece of wire used to fasten pieces of paper together. It has sharp ends that are pushed through the paper and then bent flat by a special tool called a stapler.
› ECONOMICS, COMMERCE the main product of a country, whose trade is important for the country's economy: Sugar has been the staple of Cuba's economy for centuries.
› COMMERCE a main or important product that people eat or use regularly: food/household/supermarket staples The giant retailer reported strong sales of household staples like groceries.
› COMMERCE a company or industry that manufactures and sells important products and services that people eat or use regularly: So-called safe areas in the stock market continue to be consumer staples and drug companies. Millions of people daily use internet staples such as Google and Amazon.
› a main or important part of something: Once a staple of men's business wardrobes, the suit is becoming more rare.