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Translation of "fasten" - English-Spanish dictionary

fasten

verb   /ˈfɑː·sən/
B1 to close or attach something abrochar Fasten your seat belts.
to attach one thing to another sujetar, fijar He fastened the shelf to the wall.
(Definition of fasten from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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