- IPA: /stɹæp/
- A long, narrow, pliable strip of leather, cloth, or the like.
- A strap worn on the shoulder.
- A strip of thick leather used in flogging.
- a lively cobbler, that […] had scarce passed a day in his life without giving her [his wife] the discipline of the strap.
- Something made of such a strip, or of a part of one, or a combination of two or more for a particular use.
- A piece of leather, or strip of wood covered with a suitable material, used to hone the sharpened edge of a razor; a strop.
- A narrow strip of anything, as of iron or brass.
- (carpentry, machinery) A band, plate, or loop of metal for clasping and holding timbers or parts of a machine.
- (nautical) A piece of rope or metal passing around a block and used for fastening it to anything.
- (botany) The flat part of the corolla in ligulate florets, as those of the white circle in the daisy.
- (botany) The leaf, exclusive of its sheath, in some grasses.
- (slang) A gun, normally a personal firearm such as a pistol or machine pistol.
- (slang, uncountable, archaic) Credit offered to a customer, especially for alcoholic drink.
- (journalism) Synonym of strapline#English|strapline
- (slang, professional wrestling, with "the") A championship belt, or by extension, the title.
- French: sangle, courroie, lanière
- German: Riemen
- Italian: cinghia, cinturino, correggia, reggetta, fascetta, striscia di cuoio
- Portuguese: faixa
- Russian: реме́нь
- Spanish: correa
- Portuguese: tira(s), barbicacho
- Italian: fascetta, reggetta, piattina, moietta
- Portuguese: tira (de metal)
- French: bandoulière
- German: Achselklappe, Schulterklappe (epaulette), Schultergurt (carry strap), Trageriemen (carry strap)
- Italian: bandoliera, spallina, bretella
- Russian: пого́н
- Spanish: tirante
strap (straps, present participle strapping; past strapped, past participle strapped)
- (transitive) To beat or chastise with a strap; to whip, to lash.
- (transitive) To fasten or bind with a strap.
- (transitive) To sharpen by rubbing on a strap, or strop
- to strap a razor
- Italian: frustare, prendere a cinghiate
- Italian: affastellare
- Italian: affilare