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de·cal

 (dē′kăl′, dĭ-kăl′)
n.
1. A picture or design transferred by decalcomania.
2. A decorative sticker.

[Short for decalcomania.]

decal

(dɪˈkæl; ˈdiːkæl)
n
(Crafts) short for decalcomania
vb
(Crafts) to transfer (a design) by decalcomania

de•cal

(ˈdi kæl, dɪˈkæl)

n.
a picture or design on specially prepared paper for transfer to wood, metal, glass, etc.
[1950–55]

decal


Past participle: decalled
Gerund: decalling

Imperative
decal
decal
Present
I decal
you decal
he/she/it decals
we decal
you decal
they decal
Preterite
I decalled
you decalled
he/she/it decalled
we decalled
you decalled
they decalled
Present Continuous
I am decalling
you are decalling
he/she/it is decalling
we are decalling
you are decalling
they are decalling
Present Perfect
I have decalled
you have decalled
he/she/it has decalled
we have decalled
you have decalled
they have decalled
Past Continuous
I was decalling
you were decalling
he/she/it was decalling
we were decalling
you were decalling
they were decalling
Past Perfect
I had decalled
you had decalled
he/she/it had decalled
we had decalled
you had decalled
they had decalled
Future
I will decal
you will decal
he/she/it will decal
we will decal
you will decal
they will decal
Future Perfect
I will have decalled
you will have decalled
he/she/it will have decalled
we will have decalled
you will have decalled
they will have decalled
Future Continuous
I will be decalling
you will be decalling
he/she/it will be decalling
we will be decalling
you will be decalling
they will be decalling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been decalling
you have been decalling
he/she/it has been decalling
we have been decalling
you have been decalling
they have been decalling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been decalling
you will have been decalling
he/she/it will have been decalling
we will have been decalling
you will have been decalling
they will have been decalling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been decalling
you had been decalling
he/she/it had been decalling
we had been decalling
you had been decalling
they had been decalling
Conditional
I would decal
you would decal
he/she/it would decal
we would decal
you would decal
they would decal
Past Conditional
I would have decalled
you would have decalled
he/she/it would have decalled
we would have decalled
you would have decalled
they would have decalled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.decal - either a design that is fixed to some surface or a paper bearing the design which is to be transferred to the surfacedecal - either a design that is fixed to some surface or a paper bearing the design which is to be transferred to the surface
pattern, design, figure - a decorative or artistic work; "the coach had a design on the doors"
transfer paper - a paper that is coated with a preparation for transferring a design to another surface
Translations

decal

[dɪˈkæl] N (US) → calcomanía f

decal

n (US) → Abziehbild nt; (process) → Abziehen nt
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