neckstrap

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

neck +‎ strap

NounEdit

neckstrap (plural neckstraps)

  1. A strap worn around the neck for carrying something.
    • 2009 April 16, David Pogue, “The Quest to Shrink the S.L.R.”, New York Times:
      So we’re stuck with two camera categories: pocket ones that take mediocre pictures and big heavy black ones (S.L.R.’s) that take stunning photos but require a neckstrap or, ideally, a wheelbarrow.
Last modified on 13 August 2011, at 00:23