chinstrap
noun see chinstrap penguin

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Chinstrap — may refer to: Chinstrap, a strap fixed to one s chin to reduce the severity of teeth chattering and lethal gurning during episodes of techno jaw Chinstrap, a strap fixed to a helmet or other headgear which passes beneath the chin and holds the… …   Wikipedia

  • chinstrap — UK [ˈtʃɪnˌstræp] / US noun [countable] Word forms chinstrap : singular chinstrap plural chinstraps a thin piece of leather or cloth that you put under your chin to stop a hat or helmet falling off your head …   English dictionary

  • chinstrap — /ˈtʃɪnstræp/ (say chinstrap) noun a strap under a chin for holding on an item of headgear, especially military or sporting …   Australian English dictionary

  • chinstrap — noun a) A strip of leather or material used to fasten a hat or helmet under the chin b) A form of beard grown under the chin …   Wiktionary

  • chinstrap — chin|strap [ˈtʃınstræp] n a band of cloth under your chin to keep a hat or ↑helmet in place …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • chinstrap — chin|strap [ tʃın,stræp ] noun count a thin piece of leather or cloth that you put under your chin to keep a hat or HELMET from falling off your head …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • chinstrap — n. security strap that goes around the lower part of a helmet or hat …   English contemporary dictionary

  • chinstrap — noun a strap attached to a hat, helmet, etc., to keep it in place by fitting under the wearer s chin …   English new terms dictionary

  • chinstrap — noun (C) a band of cloth under your chin to keep a hat or helmet in place …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • chinstrap — chinˈstrap noun The strap on a helmet, etc that goes under the chin • • • Main Entry: ↑chin …   Useful english dictionary

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