Terylene


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Terylene

(ˈtɛrɪˌliːn)
n
(Textiles) trademark a synthetic polyester fibre or fabric based on terephthalic acid, characterized by lightness and crease resistance and used for clothing, sheets, ropes, sails, etc. US name (trademark): Dacron
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Terylene - a kind of polyester fabric
polyester - any of a large class of synthetic fabrics
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
Translations

Terylene

® [ˈterəliːn] N (Brit) → terylene ® m

Terylene®

[ˈtɛrɪliːn] n (British)Tergal® m

Terylene®

nTerylen(e)® nt, → ˜ Trevira® nt, → ˜ Diolen® nt

Terylene

® [ˈtɛrəˌliːn] nterital ® m, terilene ® m
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The site also became the first to manufacture nylon outside the USA and also produced the world's first terylene polymer for use in strengthening fabric.
Bearings for the high-speed Terylene spring machines.
Princess Margaret's visit to ICI Terylene Works, Wilton, in April 1962
The unheated channel surfaces and the heater block are enclosed by thick Terylene insulation to eliminate heat loss.
13 X 20 Mm Isophthalate Varnished Terylene Tape To Aa23703 Rev.
If matching undies weren't your thing, maybe crimplene and terylene were your synthetic clothing materials of choice.
ICI was once the largest manufacturing company in Britain, maker of Perspex and polyethylene, Terylene and Crimplene, Tamoxifen and Dulux Paints.
If the dhobi had burnt a hole in Mamaji's new terylene pant while ironing.
Manstyle International 71: A collection of styles in terylene and crimpoline for men on March 17, 1970
I later used single terylene fibres in place of spider's web.