Staple food là gì

a short, thin piece of wire used to fasten sheets of paper together. It has sharp ends that are pushed through the paper and then bent flat by a special device.

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a U-shaped piece of metal with sharp ends that is fixed into a surface to hold something, such as a wire fence, in a particular position
 

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A staple is also a small, thick, U-shaped piece of metal with sharp ends that is hammered into a surface to hold something in place.
a short thin piece of wire used to fasten pieces of paper together. It has sharp ends that are pushed through the paper and then bent flat by a special tool called a stapler.
food/household/supermarket staples The giant retailer reported strong sales of household staples like groceries.
a company or industry that manufactures and sells important products and services that people eat or use regularly:
However, the existence of local markets for food encouraged farmers to produce these staples for sale in addition to home consumption.
Early movement activity drew upon and innovated with traditional repertoire staples such as the round table discussion, the march, and the public pronouncement.
Ring bound or stapled, they are provided at minimum cost and thus available to both amateur and professional alike.
The wound was irrigated with saline and closed in two layers with 3-0 silk (fascial plane) and surgical skin staples.
Landes claims that this was another hindrance, as rice has a lower nutritional content than other staples.
Each bag was placed on mineral soil surface and pinned to the ground with wire staples to minimize movement.
The two commodities contrasted with rubber"s strong linkage effects, and serve as a reminder that staples may differ greatly in their spread effects over time.
Rather, urbanization and the industrialization based on the processing of staples were both driven by the export of these commodities.
During the previous century, trade had increased dramatically as new products - sugar, tobacco and cotton - not produced in the importing region became international staples.
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