Zakačka, spona, spojka; prenosno: brzo shvatanje suštine, smisla (tur.).
A hook-and-loop fastening; especially; an ornamental clasp used on armor or costumes.
Hooked clasp used by masons to hold blocks together
hook, especially on piano-string to prevent rattle.
ETYM Old Fren. brace, brasse, the two arms, embrace, fathom, French brasse fathom, from Latin bracchia the arms (stretched out), pl. of bracchium arm.
1. A structural member used to stiffen a framework; SYN. bracing.
2. A support that steadies or strengthens something else.
3. An appliance that corrects dental irregularities; SYN. braces.
4. Either of two punctuation marks ([ or ]) used to enclose textual material.
5. Rope on a square-rigged ship that is used to swing a yard about and secure it.
6. The stock of a tool used for turning a drilling bit; SYN. bitstock.
7. Straps that hold trousers up (usually used in the plural); SYN. suspender, gallus.
ETYM Old Eng. bocle buckle, boss of a shield, Old Fren. bocle, French boucle, boss of a shield, ring, from Latin buccula a little cheek or mouth, dim. of bucca cheek; this boss or knob resembling a cheek.
Fastens together two ends of a belt or strap; often has loose prong.
1. A fastener (as a buckle or hook) that is used to hold two things together.
2. The act of grasping; SYN. clench, clutch, clutches, grasp, grip, hold.
1. One who, or that which, clasps, as a tendril.
2. One of a pair of organs used by the male for grasping the female among many of the Crustacea.
3. One of a pair of male copulatory organs, developed on the anterior side of the ventral fins of sharks and other elasmobranchs. See Illust. of Chimra.
Sinonimi: decisive factor | determiner | determining factor
1. A point or fact or remark that settles something conclusively; SYN. decisive factor.
2. An argument that is conclusive; SYN. determiner, determining factor.
The act of fastening things together; SYN. attachment.
Organ found at the base of many seaweeds, attaching them to the sea bed. It may be a flattened, suckerlike structure, or dissected and fingerlike, growing into rock crevices and firmly anchoring the plant.