Definition of 'elastic band'
Example sentences containing 'elastic band'
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Wear an elastic band around your wrist. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Hence he had an elastic band around his knee in Florida yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I put a few elastic bands around it so she has a grip - so no waste. The Sun (2010)With that, the chairman pulls out a massive roll of 50 notes held together by an elastic band. The Sun (2013)I grabbed my mask, put the elastic band over my head, and had just pulled it over my eyes when the door opened. Christianity Today (2000)
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Translations for 'elastic band'
British English: elastic band /ɪˈlæstɪk bænd/ NOUN
An elastic band is a thin circle of very stretchy rubber that you can put around things in order to hold them together.
- American English: rubber band
- Arabic: رِبَاطٌ مَطَاطيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: fita elástica
- Chinese: 松紧带
- Croatian: gumica
- Czech: gumička
- Danish: elastikbånd
- Dutch: elastiekje
- European Spanish: goma
- Finnish: kuminauha
- French: élastique
- German: Gummiband
- Greek: ελαστική ταινία
- Italian: elastico
- Japanese: 輪ゴム
- Korean: 고무 밴드
- Norwegian: gummistrikk
- Polish: gumka
- European Portuguese: fita elástica
- Romanian: elastic
- Russian: резиновая лента
- Spanish: banda elástica
- Swedish: gummiband
- Thai: ยางยืด
- Turkish: lastik bant
- Ukrainian: еластична стрічка
- Vietnamese: dây thun
Definition of elastic band from the Collins English Dictionary
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