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strap in Daily life topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstrapstrap1 /stræp/ ●●○ noun [countable]  watch.jpg Da narrow band of strong material that is used to fasten, hang, or hold onto something a bra strap The strap of my bag is broken. chinstrap, shoulder strap
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strapTherefore the lifting of so much as a strap was unthinkably degrading.This one has adjustable straps for your comfort and a high-back padded headrest for your baby's.The users, however, may need braces or straps that keep their hands fixed at their keyboards.He untied the restraining straps, the dust rising softly in the lamplight.New hand-held bags are introduced this season, double handled or single, with or without shoulder straps.With style, cutaway sides, thin straps on the back.