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watchband

[ woch-band ]
/ ˈwɒtʃˌbænd /
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noun
a leather, metal, fabric, or plastic bracelet or strap attached to a wrist watch to hold it on the wrist.
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Origin of watchband

An Americanism dating back to 1945–50; watch + band2
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British Dictionary definitions for watchband

watchband
/ (ˈwɒtʃˌbænd) /

noun
US, Canadian and Australian a strap of leather, cloth, etc, attached to a watch for fastening it around the wristAlso called (in Britain and other countries): watchstrap
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