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press stud

noun [C] uk   us   UK (US snap)
a small piece of metal or plastic used to fasten clothes with two usually round parts, one of which is pushed into the other
Translations of “press stud”
in Korean 누름 단추, 스냅 단추…
in Arabic ؟؟؟…
in Portuguese botão de pressão…
in Catalan botó de pressió…
in Japanese (衣服を留め合わせる)ホック, スナップ…
in Italian bottone automatico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 按扣,子母扣…
in Chinese (Simplified) 摁扣,子母扣…
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