a thin, often rounded strip of fabric used in women's clothing, as to form a shoulder strap on a bare-shouldered garment.
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The marriage of tacos and spaghetti was a bonafide fad in 2010. The Nickelodeon show “iCarly” enhanced the nation’s taste for the incongruous pairing of these Italian and Mexican staples. We’re no culinary experts, but we can smell a tasty linguistic opportunity a mile away. What happens when you put these words together? Here’s some, ahem, food for thought. Spaghetti is an Italian word for “string” or “twine.” The …
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Origin of spaghetti strap
First recorded in 1970–75
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