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Cellophane vs. Plasticine

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Cellophanenoun

Any of a variety of transparent plastic films, especially one made of processed cellulose.

Plasticinenoun

modeling clay

Cellophaneverb

(transitive) To wrap or package in cellophane.

Plasticinenoun

a synthetic material resembling clay but remaining soft; used as a substitute for clay or wax in modeling (especially in schools)

Cellophanenoun

a transparent paper-like product made of regenerated cellulose, produced in sheets and rolls, which is impervious to moisture and germs, and which is used to wrap candy, cigarettes, and a wide variety of other products for distribution and retail sale; as, a pack of cigarettes in a cellophane wrapper.

Plasticinenoun

a soft modelling material, used especially by children

‘I made a snake by rolling out plasticine’; ‘plasticine creatures’;

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Cellophanenoun

a transparent paper-like product that is impervious to moisture and used to wrap candy or cigarettes etc.

Plasticine

Plasticine is a putty-like modelling material made from calcium salts, petroleum jelly and aliphatic acids. Plasticine is used for children's play and as a modelling medium for more formal or permanent structures.

Cellophanenoun

a thin transparent wrapping material made from viscose

‘a cellophane bag’;

Cellophane

Cellophane is a thin, transparent sheet made of regenerated cellulose. Its low permeability to air, oils, greases, bacteria, and water makes it useful for food packaging.

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