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strap
British English: /strap/
American English: /stræp/

Translation of strap in Italian:

noun

  • 4 (Medicine) (on ankle, wrinkle)
    bendaggio (masculine) con strisce di cerotto, cerotto (masculine)

transitive verb forma in -ing ecc. -pp-

  • 1 (secure) See examples:to strap something to
    assicurare o legare con cinghie qualcosa a
    (surface, roof, seat, wing)
    to have a pistol strapped to one's waist to strap somebody into
    bloccare qualcuno con una cintura in
    (seat, cockpit, pram)
  • 2 (Medicine, Sport) (bandage)
    coprire con un cerotto
    to strap somebody's ankle (up)
    medicare la caviglia di qualcuno con un cerotto o con strisce di cerotto
    to have one's thigh strapped (up)
    avere la coscia bendata con strisce di cerotto
  • 3 [archaic] (punish)
    prendere a cinghiate

Phrasal verbs

strap down:

strap [something, somebody] down, strap down [something, somebody]
(prisoner, patient, equipment)

strap in:

strap [somebody] in, strap in [somebody]
mettere la cintura di sicurezza
(passenger, child)
to strap oneself in
mettersi la cintura di sicurezza

strap on:

strap [something] on, strap on [something]
mettersi al polso
(watch)
mettersi
(goggles, skis)

Definition of strap in:

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