A zipper is a connector that relies on continuous rows of fasteners to make objects merge or separate. It is now widely used in clothing, bags, tents, etc. 1. A fastener consisting of two rows of metal or plastic teeth on each of the two belts for connecting the edge of the opening (such as clothes or pockets), and a sliding member for pulling the two rows of teeth into the interlocking position to close the opening. ; 2, linked to something (as an object being lifted or dropped) to tighten, stabilize or guide the chain of the object.
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