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Meaning of “popper” in the English Dictionary

(Definition of popper from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “popper”
in Arabic يَتَدَبَّر أمْرُه…
in Korean 똑딱 단추…
in Portuguese fecho de metal…
in Catalan botó de pressió…
in Japanese ファスナー, チャック…
in Chinese (Simplified) 纽扣, 子母扣…
in Turkish çıtçıt…
in Russian кнопка (застежка)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 紐扣, 子母扣…
in Italian bottone automatico…
in Polish zatrzask…
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