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体{からだ}につけたまま使うことができる.....

Please help me understand this form/usage of つく.

Since I don't know which kanji it corresponds to, it is difficult for me to make out what this phrase actually means.

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    The verb used in that sentence is つける, not つく. – l'électeur Oct 16 '14 at 1:36
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In this case つく means you attach something to something and do not remove it (for a while). My dictionary says in this case it is written without kanji, however Google search reveals many usages of 付く in this role which means practically same - "put something somewhere".

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