elastic band


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elastic band

n
Brit another name for rubber band

elastic band

rubber band
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.elastic band - a narrow band of elastic rubber used to hold things (such as papers) togetherelastic band - a narrow band of elastic rubber used to hold things (such as papers) together
band - a thin flat strip of flexible material that is worn around the body or one of the limbs (especially to decorate the body)
elastic device - any flexible device that will return to its original shape when stretched
Translations
حَلَقَة مَطّاطرِبَاطٌ مَطَاطيّ
gumička
elastikelastikbåndgummibånd
kuminauha
gumica
teygja
輪ゴム
고무 밴드
elastika
gummiband
ยางยืด
lastik bantlâstik bant
dây thun

elastic band

n (esp Brit) → Gummiband nt

elastic band

n (Brit) → elastico

elastic

(iˈlӕstik) adjective
1. (of a material or substance) able to return to its original shape or size after being pulled or pressed out of shape. an elastic bandage; Rubber is an elastic substance.
2. able to be changed or adapted. This is a fairly elastic arrangement.
noun
a type of cord containing strands of rubber. Her hat was held on with a piece of elastic.
elasticity (iːlӕˈstisəti) , ((American) ilas-) noun
elastic band (also rubber band)
a small thin piece of rubber for holding things together or in place. He put an elastic band round the papers.

elastic band

رِبَاطٌ مَطَاطيّ gumička elastikbånd Gummiband ελαστική ταινία banda elástica, goma kuminauha élastique gumica elastico 輪ゴム 고무 밴드 elastiekje gummistrikk gumka fita elástica резиновая лента gummiband ยางยืด lastik bant dây thun 松紧带
References in classic literature ?
She had her work under her arm in a substantial parcel, and when Anne asked her to stay she promptly took off her capacious sun-hat, which had been held on her head, despite irreverent September breezes, by a tight elastic band under her hard little knob of fair hair.
An elastic band intended to keep a woman from coming out
In an instant I had caught him round the waist, and held him up while Holmes and Pycroft untied the elastic bands which had disappeared between the livid creases of skin.
at least 2 nose retainer in the form of a flexible aluminum rake located along the entire upper edge of the mask horizontal retainer in the middle of a mask of flexible aluminum located along the entire length of the mask to form an optimal air pocket efficiency of bacterial filtration at a particle size of 3 microns,% not less than 99, 9 delta p (respiratory resistance), mm h2o / cm not more than 1,8 mask length, mm not less than 175 not more than 180 mask width, mm not less than 90 not more than 95, cap; cap cap for medical personnel, non-sterile in the form of a cap with an elastic band on the occipital part.
Among those appearing will be Graham Oliver (founder member of Saxon), Ol Drake, Gav Coulson Group, Strap On Jack, Surplus and Tony Drake's Elastic Band.
Also on the line up is Brychan Vaughan Roberts, The Elastic Band and Penmachno Ukulele Orchestra.
WHAT YOU NEED: | A small clear container with |a lid Hammer and nail or scissors |(to make a small hole) Bendy straw | Small piece of thin material |such as a kitchen cloth or tights Elastic band | Plasticine | WHAT TO DO: 1.
Stress is like an elastic band stretched between 'How It Is' (reality) and 'How You Wish it Was' (if only).
Doorguard's[TM] most innovative feature is its elastic band attachment system.
During the low-intensity protocol, they performed a single repetition with a grip width that only allowed the elastic band to tighten very slightly at the end of the range of movement.
The evening, starting from 6pm at Rothbury Mart, will be capped off with music from Big Dave's Elastic Band and a late licensed bar.
The best way to describe the backswing is like pulling back an elastic band on your finger to fire it off.