1. cause to be firmly attached;
2. become fixed or fastened;
3. attach to;
4. make tight or tighter;
They used spikes to fasten the rails to a railroad tie.
When you sew up to this end, fasten off the thread.
Fasten the pulley and the support block to your worktable.
Attach the regulator. Fasten the regulator to the cylinder and tighten the inlet nut securely.
Fasten your seat belts and get ready for some fun!
It is advisable that you fasten on the opportunity.
Paul · overcomes Lugeman to fasten 1991 John Bates Clark award gainer.
Fasten on what I am saying.
The door won't fasten.
Put the power line through the frame to the terminal, then fasten the glow starter tightly.
Here first, tie this rope round your neck and fasten it to my bridle.
Will you please fasten your safety belt?
Could you help us fasten safety belts?
Don't fasten the responsibility on him.
The door will not fasten.
Fasten onto what the official broadcasting station is saying.
Keep still while I fasten shoe.
Why do you fasten such a nickname on her?
The dressmaker used a pin to fasten the pattern to the cloth.
Fasten the horse to the tree.
Do not fasten all the windows up while you sleep.
The window doesn't fasten up.
Fasten these sheets of paper together with a clip, please.
They fasten with a drawstring.
Fasten your seatbelts, please.
Fasten your seat belts.
There were no instructions on how to fasten the carrying strap to the box.
When Ted was six we decided that he needed to know how to fasten and unfasten his seat belt.
fasten, tie, bind, secure, chain
There is relatively little information about fasten, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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