duck tape

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From duck ‎(a tightly woven fabric), due to the make-up of the tape. The term is a trademark.

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duck tape ‎(plural duck tapes)

  1. A durable, cohesive tape.
    If you can't fix it with duck tape, it's not worth fixing.

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