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strap Wiktionary.
From a variant of earlier strope loop on a harness, from Middle English strope, stropp, from Late Old English strop, stropp a band, thong, strap; oar-thong and Old French estrope strap, loop on a harness, both from Latin stroppus, struppus strap, from Ancient Greek strĂ³phos, rope, from strĂ©ph, to twist.
Strap Definition of Strap by Merriam-Webster.
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STRAP meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
to hold or fasten something with a strap.: I strapped on my helmet and rode off. We had to strap the mattress to the top of our car. Definition of strap from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary Cambridge University Press.
Urban Dictionary: strap.
Virtually any concealed weapon's' holster requires it to be strapped" on, hence the term to" be strapped" Any shoulder, leg, or ankle holster is strapped on. Furthermore, nobody wears or wore their Mac 10 or Uzi hanging from a strap on their shoulder.
Strap Wikipedia.
Thin straps are used as part of clothing or baggage, or bedding such as a sleeping bag. See for example spaghetti strap, shoulder strap. A strap differs from a belt mainly in that a strap is usually integral to the item of clothing; either can be used in combination with buckles.
Strap disambiguation Wikipedia.
Strap or STRAP may also refer to.: Shoulder strap, strap of a clothing over shoulder. Currency strap, straps used to bundle banknotes. Aerial straps, a type of aerial apparatus on which various feats of strength and flexibility may be performed.

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