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 strap [stræp]   添加此单词到默认生词本
n. 带, 皮带

vt. (用皮带)捆扎

[医] 带, 条带; 贴(绊创膏); 绑扎




    strap
    strapped, strapping
    [ noun ]
    1. an elongated leather strip (or a strip of similar material) for binding things together or holding something in position

    2. <noun.artifact>
    3. hanger consisting of a loop of leather suspended from the ceiling of a bus or train; passengers hold onto it

    4. <noun.artifact>
    5. a band that goes over the shoulder and supports a garment or bag

    6. <noun.artifact>
    7. whip consisting of a strip of leather used in flogging

    8. <noun.artifact>
    [ verb ]
    1. tie with a strap

    2. <verb.contact>
    3. beat severely with a whip or rod

    4. <verb.contact> flog lash lather slash trounce welt whip
      The teacher often flogged the students
      The children were severely trounced
    5. sharpen with a strap

    6. <verb.change>
      strap a razor
    7. secure (a sprained joint) with a strap

    8. <verb.body>


    Strap \Strap\, n. [OE. strope, AS. stropp, L. stroppus,
    struppus, perhaps fr. Gr. ? a band or cord, fr. ? to twist,
    to turn (cf. {Strophe}). Cf. {Strop} a strap, a piece of
    rope.]
    1. A long, narrow, pliable strip of leather, cloth, or the
    like; specifically, a strip of thick leather used in
    flogging.

    A lively cobbler that . . . had scarce passed a day
    without giving her [his wife] the discipline of the
    strap. --Addison.

    2. Something made of such a strip, or of a part of one, or a
    combination of two or more for a particular use; as, a
    boot strap, shawl strap, stirrup strap.

    3. A piece of leather, or strip of wood covered with a
    suitable material, for sharpening a razor; a strop.

    4. A narrow strip of anything, as of iron or brass.
    Specifically:
    (a) (Carp. & Mach.) A band, plate, or loop of metal for
    clasping and holding timbers or parts of a machine.
    (b) (Naut.) A piece of rope or metal passing around a
    block and used for fastening it to anything.

    5. (Bot.)
    (a) The flat part of the corolla in ligulate florets, as
    those of the white circle in the daisy.
    (b) The leaf, exclusive of its sheath, in some grasses.

    6. A shoulder strap. See under {Shoulder}.

    {Strap bolt}, a bolt of which one end is a flat bar of
    considerable length.

    {Strap head} (Mach.), a journal box, or pair of brasses,
    secured to the end of a connecting rod by a strap. See
    Illust. of {Gib and key}, under {Gib}.

    {Strap hinge}, a hinge with long flaps by which it is
    fastened, as to a door or wall.

    {Strap rail} (Railroads), a flat rail formerly used.


    Strap \Strap\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Strapped}; p. pr. & vb. n.
    {Strapping}.]
    1. To beat or chastise with a strap.

    2. To fasten or bind with a strap. --Cowper.

    3. To sharpen by rubbing on a strap, or strop; as, to strap a
    razor.

    1. And "hot dogs packaged with a printed paper strap appear to the consumer to be fresher than those with the printing on the (clear plastic wrap) itself," says Mr. Kathman.
    2. The part that triggered the recall is a plastic strap alongside both front seats where the seat belts buckle.
    3. One of the women said Grunseth also tried to pull down the strap of her bathing suit and touch her breast.
    4. His wife's name, Dawn, wreathes his wrist beneath his watch strap.
    5. McMahon suffered burns on his face, chest, arms and legs and couldn't swim because of the pain, Kelly said, so Kennedy put him across his back and kept him there by clenching McMahon's life-jacket strap in his teeth.
    6. The East Germans identify likely lugers at age six or seven, strap 'em in sleds, stuff them with steroids and don't let them go until they win Olympic medals as adults.
    7. We can strap on more disks almost seamlessly.
    8. He gets in and out of the plane by crawling onto the wing, which sits about three feet off the ground, and then pulling the wheelchair up or letting it down with a strap.
    9. The center has been campaigning for years to get automakers to issue recalls for shoulder strap additions _ something that could cost manufacturers hundreds of millions of dollars.
    10. She was unable to release the strap holding her infant daughter in a safety seat, and it was too dark to see the children in the back.
    11. Consumers should continue using the seat until the replacement arrives but should make certain the buckle is engaged by pulling down firmly on the crotch strap, the company said.
    12. On a leather strap around the young woman's neck hung a plum-sized chunk of quartz.
    13. Ken Wittman said his sore left shoulder prompted him to invent a guitar strap that hangs on his right shoulder.
    14. The Garretts' attorneys contended, and the jury agreed, that James's injuries were partly due to an elastic strap used on Escorts and Mercury Lynxes to keep the rear belts from slipping behind the back of the seat.
    15. "I don't like having to strap on a seatbelt at my desk," says Peter Lynch, the head of Fidelity Investments' $11 billion Magellan mutual fund and one of Wall Street's most celebrated money managers.
    16. We may strap on our helmets week after week and go at it against one another, but we come to each other's aid in a real time of need.
    17. It has a large, front pocket, another pocket at each end and a detachable shoulder strap. Like all Baronessa Franchetti's collection it is made from full hide tanned with natural ingredients.
    18. A hand-carved castle door with brass bosses and strap work.
    19. Doolittle said he and Brinson held the girl down while Chambers beat her repeatedly with a leather strap, a bamboo cane and a plastic pipe.
    20. W.E. Aubuchon Co., a 134-store chain in New England, ends an idiosyncrasy forbidding phones in its stores, but rings in a new oddity: Managers and assistant managers will strap on holsters for portable phones.
    21. A regular-fare plane ticket can run $440. A ride on the Tortoise costs $59. (Add $5 if you want to strap your bicycle up top.) Most passengers are young.
    22. Once there, Nelson testified, he helped Thomas strap his wife's body into the couple's vehicle, doused the vehicle with gasoline and sent it hurtling off a 500-foot embankment.
    23. The newest shoe is the Krizia ankle strap platform shoe, taken right out of the 1940's.
    24. The Garrett petition said that repairing the elastic strap problem simply required cutting off the strap with a pair of scissors.
    25. The Garrett petition said that repairing the elastic strap problem simply required cutting off the strap with a pair of scissors.
    26. In addition to its increased power, the rocket design allows engineers to strap on different configurations of solid and liquid boosters, tailoring the vehicle to a client's specific budget and needs, the agency said.
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