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  1. zip tie

    • n.
      a fastener consisting of a thin, flexible nylon strap with a notched surface, one end of which is threaded through a locking mechanism at the other
    • v.
      secure (something) with a zip tie or zip ties;attach or fasten (someone or something) to an object with a zip tie or zip ties
    • verb: zip-tie, 3rd person present: zip-ties, gerund or present participle: zip-tying, past tense: zip-tied, past participle: zip-tied

    • noun: zip tie, plural noun: zip ties

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a fastener consisting of a thin, flexible nylon strap with a notched surface, one end of which is threaded through a locking mechanism at the other wrap electronics cords with zip ties and tape them to the equipment they go with

    動詞

    • 1. secure (something) with a zip tie or zip ties they zip-tied my hands so tight they began to go numb
    • attach or fasten (someone or something) to an object with a zip tie or zip ties the sign was zip-tied to the fence