rubber band Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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rubber bandnoun [C]

uk   us   (UK also elastic band)
a ​thinring of ​rubber used for ​holding things together: She put a ​rubberband around the ​box.
(Definition of rubber band from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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rubber bandnoun [C]

 us   /ˈrʌb·ər ˈbænd/
a ​thinring of rubber used for ​holding things together: She ​brought five or six ​pencils and put a rubber band around them.
(Definition of rubber band from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “rubber band”
in Arabic أسْتيك مِن المَطّاط…
in Korean 고무 밴드, 고무줄…
in Portuguese (tira de) elástico…
in Catalan goma elàstica…
in Japanese ゴムバンド…
in Chinese (Simplified) 橡皮圈,橡皮筋…
in Turkish lastik bant…
in Russian аптечная резинка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 橡皮圈,橡皮筋…
in Italian elastico di gomma…
in Polish gumka…
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