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fasten

verb /ˈfaːsn/
to fix or join (together)
fijar
Fasten the gate! She fastened a flower to the front of her dress He fastened his eyes upon her face.
fastener noun something that fastens things (together)
cierre
a zip fastener.
fastening noun something you use to keep a window, door etc closed, for example a lock or bolt.
tornillo pasador
something you use to close two parts of a piece of clothing, a bag etc. together, for example a button or zip/zipper.
cremallera, cierre
(Definition of fasten from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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