Usually, suspenders. Also called, especially British, braces. adjustable straps or bands worn over the shoulders with the ends buttoned or clipped to the waistband of a pair of trousers or a skirt to support it.
a hanging cable or chain in a suspension bridge connecting the deck with the suspension cable or chain.
a person or thing that suspends.
(often pl) (Brit)
an elastic strap attached to a belt or corset having a fastener at the end, for holding up women’s stockings
a similar fastener attached to a garter worn by men in order to support socks US and Canadian equivalent garter
(pl) (US & Canadian) a pair of straps worn over the shoulders by men for holding up the trousers Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) braces
a person or thing that suspends, such as one of the vertical cables that carries the deck in a suspension bridge
noun, British. 1. garter belt. suspender belt noun 1. a belt with suspenders hanging from it to hold up women’s stockings US and Canadian name garter belt
verb (used with object) 1. to hang by attachment to something above: to suspend a chandelier from the ceiling. 2. to attach so as to allow free movement: to suspend a door on a hinge. 3. to keep from falling, sinking, forming a deposit, etc., as if by hanging: to suspend solid particles in a […]
noun 1. a state or condition of mental uncertainty or excitement, as in awaiting a decision or outcome, usually accompanied by a degree of apprehension or anxiety. 2. a state of mental indecision. 3. undecided or doubtful condition, as of affairs: For a few days matters hung in suspense. 4. the state or condition of […]
noun, Bookkeeping. 1. an account in which items are temporarily entered until their final disposition is determined. suspense account noun 1. (accounting) an account in which entries are made until determination of their proper disposition