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2014-07-22T20:40:10+08:00

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: a device for holding together objects or parts of something (such as apurse, necklace, belt, etc.): a strong hold with your hands or armsFull Definition1 a : a device (as a hook) for holding objects or parts together 
b : a device (as a bar) attached to a military medal to indicate an additionalaward of the medal or the action or service for which it was awarded
2 : a holding or enveloping with or as if with the hands or armsExamplesCan you fasten the clasp on this bracelet for me?a tie claspShe took her son's hand in a gentle/firm clasp.Origin: Middle English claspe.First use: 14th centurySynonyms: hold, clench, grapple, grasp, grip, handgrip, handhold
2clasptransitive verb: to fasten (something) with a clasp: to hold (someone or something) tightly with your hands or armsFull Definition1 : to fasten with or as if with a clasp <a robe clasped with a brooch>2 : to enclose and hold with the arms; specifically : embrace3 : to seize with or as if with the hand : graspExamplesShe clasped her purse shut.He clasped the keys to his belt.He clasped her hand gently/firmly.
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2014-07-22T20:41:16+08:00

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 device with interlocking parts used for fastening things together or an embrace.

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