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fasten /ˈfɑːsən $ ˈfæ-/ verb

بستن ، محکم کردن ، چسباندن ، سفت شدن ، علوم مهندسی: سفت کردن

: fasten (to)

محکم کردن ، معماری: محکم شدن
Synonyms: fix, affix, attach, bind, connect, join, link, secure, tie
Antonyms: unfasten
Contrasted words: divide, divorce, part, separate, sever, sunder, loose, loosen, undo, unloose, unloosen, falter, vacillate, waver
Related Idioms: make fast (or secure or sure)
Related Words: connect, join, link, unite, adhere, cleave, cling, cohere, stick, bed, implant, infix, lodge, set, settle, embed, wedge, establish, bar, hitch, hook, address, apply, devote, direct, train, turn
English Thesaurus: fasten, attach, join, glue, tape, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

fasten /ˈfɑːsən $ ˈfæ-/ verb
[Word Family: verb: fastenunfasten; noun: fastener]
[Language: Old English; Origin: fæstnian; related to fast2]

1. CLOTHES/BAG ETC (also fasten up)
a) [transitive] to join together the two sides of a coat, shirt, bag etc so that it is closed Synonym : do up Antonym : unfasten:
‘I’m going now,’ she said, fastening her coat.
Fasten your seat belt.
b) [intransitive] to become joined together with buttons, hooks etc Synonym : do up:
I was so fat that my skirt wouldn’t fasten.

In everyday British English, people usually say do up rather than fasten:
Do up your jacket – it’s cold.

2. WINDOW/GATE ETC [intransitive and transitive] to firmly close a window, gate etc so that it will not open, or to become firmly closed Antonym : unfasten:
Make sure all the windows are securely fastened before you leave.

3. ATTACH SOMETHING TO SOMETHING [transitive] to attach something firmly to another object or surface
fasten something with something
Fasten the edges of the cloth together with pins.
fasten something to something
They fastened the rope to a tree.

4. HOLD SOMETHING TIGHTLY [intransitive and transitive] to hold something firmly with your hands, legs, arms, or teeth
fasten something around/round something
She fastened her arms around his neck.
fasten around/round
A strong hand fastened round her wrist.
fasten on/onto
Their long claws allow them to fasten onto the rocks and hold firm.

5. fasten your eyes/gaze on somebody/something to look at someone or something for a long time:
He rose, his eyes still fastened on the piece of paper.

6. fasten your attention on somebody/something to think a lot about one particular thing or person:
He was working quietly, all his attention fastened on the task.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADV. firmly, properly, securely, tightly We fastened all the windows securely.
up | together She fastened the papers together with a paper clip.
PREP. to She fastened the rope to a tree.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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