Definition of strap-on in English:

strap-on

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Pronunciation: /ˈstrapɒn
 
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adjective

Able to be attached by a strap or straps.
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  • Most running shops carry a broad selection of the finest strap-on heart rate monitors, synthetic sweat-removing clothing, and various goos and fluids to help give you that extra boost of energy.
  • From high-laced shoes in the early days to sneakers to light strap-on sandals to heavy hiking boots - the footwear continues to change.
  • For the benefit of your readers, this motor uses an Ammonium Perchlorate composite propellant, the same basic stuff used in the Space Shuttle strap-on boosters.

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