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press stud

n
(Knitting & Sewing) a fastening device consisting of one part with a projecting knob that snaps into a hole on another like part, used esp in closures in clothing. Also called: popper or snap fastener

press stud

snap fastener
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Noun1.press stud - a fastener used on clothingpress stud - a fastener used on clothing; fastens with a snapping sound; "children can manage snaps better than buttons"
fastening, holdfast, fastener, fixing - restraint that attaches to something or holds something in place
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The olive-coloured coat - featuring a drawstring, front flap pockets, press studs and a fishtail hem - is ideal for late summer festival dressing and the perfect his and hers outerwear piece.
The extensive range of tool-free specimen grips available for the Titan for many different standards test methods and materials types has been further augmented by the introduction of five new tools including tools and grips to test Elastane Rivets Studs Press studs (also known as snap fastener and poppers) Velcro and leather products.
Press studs Briefs - 2 pairs with 1 carry pouch [pounds sterling]26.
Opening the two press studs revealed writing paper, envelopes, an array of pens, a small ruler and a packet of pen nibs.
It folds flat for storage and, when in use,the corners are held together by press studs.
Dancers are asked to bring heels, gloves and a long coat with buttons or press studs.
He grabbed my blouse and ripped open the press studs.