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Py·rex

 (pī′rĕks′)
A trademark for any of various types of heat-resistant and chemical-resistant glass.

Pyrex

(ˈpaɪrɛks)
n
(Ceramics) trademark
a. any of a variety of borosilicate glasses that have low coefficients of expansion, making them suitable for heat-resistant glassware used in cookery and chemical apparatus
b. (as modifier): a Pyrex dish.

Py•rex

(ˈpaɪ rɛks)
Trademark.
a brand name for any of a class of heat- and chemical-resistant glass products.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Pyrex - a borosilicate glass with a low coefficient of expansion; used for heat-resistant glassware in cooking and chemistry
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
glass - a brittle transparent solid with irregular atomic structure
Translations

Pyrex

® [ˈpaɪreks]
A. Npyrex ® m, pirex ® m
B. CPD [bowl, dish] → de pyrex ® or pirex ®

Pyrex®

[ˈpaɪrɛks]
nPyrex® m
modif [dish, bowl] → en Pyrex

Pyrex®

nHartglas nt, → ˜ Jenaer Glas® nt

Pyrex

® [ˈpaɪrɛks] npirex ® m inv
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