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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishVelcroVel‧cro /ˈvelkrəʊ $ -kroʊ/ noun [uncountable] trademark  a material used to fasten clothes, consisting of two pieces of material which stick to each other when you press them together
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VelcroA normal, loose-fitting skirt can be split up the side and fitting with a Velcro fastening.Therapists used separating Cabbage Patch Dolls, joined by Velcro, to accustom the twins to the idea of being parted.Sew the looped side of Velcro to the back of the quilt and then press the two firmly together in position.It hangs over any thickness of wardrobe rail and fastens with Velcro.
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