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zip·lock

 (zĭp′lŏk′)
adj.
Opening and closing by means of a sliding plastic fastener that forms a tight seal by fitting a thin raised strip into a corresponding groove: a ziplock storage bag.

[Probably alteration of Ziploc, a trademark for a plastic storage bag (taken as a compound of zip lock).]

ziplock

(ˈzɪpˌlɒk)
adj
(of resealable plastic storage bags) fastened or sealed with interlocking plastic grooves and ridges
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Ziplock bags work if you're desperate, but you won't get any gold stars from the vet clinic staff, as the flimsy bag adds an extra level of difficulty when trying to transfer the urine for analysis and the lock part almost always catches urine that then drips everywhere when opened.
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He was arrested and searched when officers found a ziplock bag containing cannabis.
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