holster
Noun

holster (plural holsters)

  1. A case for carrying a tool, particularly a gun, safely and accessibly.
  2. A belt with loops or slots for carrying small tools or other equipment.
Translations Translations
  • Italian: cintura per attrezzi
Verb

holster (holsters, present participle holstering; past and past participle holstered)

  1. To put something in a holster.



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