Yet again, we have what should be a simple word, ZIPPER, identified by a variety of Spanish synonyms. Depending on the country a zipper may be referred to as bragueta, cremallera, cierre or zíper (pronounced zeeper).
Anyone care to identify the country or countries that correspond to each? HINT: Some of the answers are here within the Speaking Latino online dictionary. Just use the search box under the red-right tab. You can search by word or meaning.
It turns out that ZIPPER also has another meaning in English. It means a scar that looks like a zipper design made from the stitches used to sew up a wound.
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Featured photo credit: zipper by Identity Photogr@phy via flickr