Plasticine

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Plasticine

(ˈplæstɪˌsiːn)
n
(Modelmaking & Model Railways) trademark a soft coloured material used, esp by children, for modelling
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Plasticine - a synthetic material resembling clay but remaining softPlasticine - a synthetic material resembling clay but remaining soft; used as a substitute for clay or wax in modeling (especially in schools)
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
synthetic, synthetic substance - a compound made artificially by chemical reactions
Translations
mótunarleir
plastelína

Plasticine

® [ˈplæstɪsiːn] Nplastelina ® f, plastilina ® f, arcilla f de modelar

Plasticine®

[ˈplæstɪsiːn] n (British)pâte f à modelerplastic surgeon nspécialiste mf de chirurgie esthétiqueplastic surgery nchirurgie f esthétique, chirurgie f plastique
to have plastic surgery → avoir recours à la chirurgie esthétique or plastiqueplastic wrap n (US) (= clingfilm) → film m alimentaire

Plasticine®

n (Brit) → ˜ Plastilin® nt

plasticine

® [ˈplæstɪsiːn] nplastilina ®

Plasticine®

(ˈplӕstisiːn) noun
a coloured substance like clay used for modelling especialy by children.
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Students then wrote and illustrated their own storiesand created cover art using plasticene, which served to mobilize their experiences as content.
The specimens were amounted on sample holders using a pieces of plasticene.
My students spend two additional days making a full-size plasticene model to anticipate and critique problems.
She plays it for laughs by being immortalised in plasticene as Piella Bakewell, Wallace's new love interest in the latest Wallace and Gromit adventure, A Matter Of Loaf And Death.
Our eyes are drawn in wonderment to page after page of arresting Plasticene images, and her words are a joy to read aloud or to ponder quietly.
Next, I demonstrated techniques in using plasticene, a nonhardening modeling clay, and directed students to use the plasticene to demonstrate each of the same water movement situations they had experienced in the previous activities.
Chicken Run is an exciting flight through a magical world of miniatures and plasticene characters brought to life thanks to the undying art of stop-motion animation.
This isn't plasticene or metal to be contorted any which way you like.
The Holy Family figures were usually made from wood or Plasticene.
As for Diggory, I keep forgetting he's supposed to be a real person and not just a plasticene figure from Wallace and Gromit.