Definition of press stud in English:

press stud

noun

British
  • A small fastener on clothing, engaged by pressing its two halves together.

    • ‘Razor blades, combs, buttons, press studs, collar studs, boot laces, thimbles - anything that was small enough to carry and wasn't tea.’
    • ‘The bag is a sort of rounded flattened truncated triangle shape, pleated onto the top band which closes in the centre with a magnetic press stud.’
    • ‘Perhaps a press stud could also be inserted at the same time as the silicone, to enable their tops to remain attached!’
    • ‘The black purse, with a silver zip and press stud, is still missing.’
    • ‘Another choking hazard are multi-colour educational bears, with buttons and press studs which can be easily detached.’

Pronunciation:

press stud

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