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Meaning of “holster” - Learner’s Dictionary

holster

noun [C]     /ˈhəʊlstər/
a leather container for carrying a gun on your bodyHandguns and riflesAiming and aimHand weaponsParts of guns
Translations of “holster”
in Vietnamese bao súng ngắn…
in Spanish pistolera…
in Thai ซองหนังใส่ปืนพก…
in Malaysian sarung pistol…
in French étui de revolver…
in German das Pistolenhalfter…
in Chinese (Traditional) 手槍皮套…
in Indonesian sarung pistol…
in Russian кобура…
in Turkish tabanca kılıfı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 手枪皮套…
in Polish kabura…
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