- Velcro ► NOUN trademark ▪ a fastener consisting of two strips of fabric which adhere when pressed together.DERIVATIVES Velcroed adjective.ORIGIN from French velours croché 'hooked velvet' .
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Velcro — ► NOUN trademark ▪ a fastener consisting of two strips of fabric which adhere when pressed together. DERIVATIVES Velcroed adjective. ORIGIN from French velours croché hooked velvet … English terms dictionary
Velcro — n. propr. a fastener for clothes etc. consisting of two strips of nylon fabric, one looped and one burred, which adhere when pressed together. Derivatives: Velcroed adj. Etymology: F velours crocheacute hooked velvet … Useful english dictionary