Translation of Velcro in Spanish:

Velcro

velcro, n.

Pronunciation /ˈvɛlkrəʊ//ˈvɛlkroʊ/

noun

trademark

  • 1

    velcro masculine trademark
    • You may find yourself going out and buying shoes that have Velcro fastenings instead of laces as the child cannot grasp how to tie their own laces.
    • Modern cloth nappies fasten with poppers or Velcro, need only a 60 degree wash in the machine and are very easy to use.
    • These days, string has been set aside in favor of nifty plastic packaging, Velcro, and duct tape.
    • Designers also are returning to buttons, which were replaced with zippers and Velcro during minimalist fashion trends.
    • I can't manage things like zips, so they took the zips out and put Velcro in instead.