English version

eyelet

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Daily life
eyeleteye‧let /ˈaɪlɪt/ noun [countable]  Da hole surrounded by a metal ring that is put in leather or cloth so that a string can be passed through it
Examples from the Corpus
eyeletAt the same time, the keel can be reinforced with extra pieces of spare fabric, and eyelets riveted in place.The base of each pole is then inserted into brass eyelets on nylon webbing which are attached to the groundsheet.All they did was to add some more eyelets, a non- melting sole and change the tread design.The release pin holds the pack closed as it passes through this loop after securing the eyelets.The ravenous little blood-suckers were nipping at our ankles and crawling in through the eyelets of our boots.Oddly, given its warm weather function, it does not seem to have had ventilator eyelets fitted to the blue pattern.Helen noticed a red rug, piles of books on the floor, white eyelet cafe curtains on the windows.The kind with eyelets, she wanted, and to go with them, a scatter rug.
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