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strap

noun /strӕp/
a narrow strip of leather, cloth, or other material, eg with a buckle for fastening something (eg a suitcase, wristwatch etc ) or by which to hold, hang or support something (eg a camera, rucksack etc)
correa
I need a new watch-strap luggage straps.
a short looped strip of leather etc, hanging from the roof of a train, by which a standing passenger can support himself/herself.
asa
strapping adjective large and strong
fornido, robusto
a big strapping girl.
strap in phrasal verb to confine with a strap, eg by a safety-belt in a car
ponerse el cinturón de seguridad
I won’t start this car till you’ve strapped yourself in.
strap up phrasal verb to fasten or bind with a strap, bandage etc
vendar
His injured knee was washed and neatly strapped up.
(Definition of strap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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