Band-Aid /ˈbandeɪd/

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noun

1.
‹trademark›
(chiefly N. Amer.) a piece of sticking plaster of a type having a gauze pad.

she put a Band-Aid on Belinda’s arm.
2. (also band-aid) [often as modifier]
‹trademark›
(chiefly N. Amer.) a temporary solution, especially an unsatisfactory one

a band-aid solution to a much deeper problem.

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