aramid

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aramid

(ˈærəmɪd)
n
any of various flame-resistant and strong synthetic fibres used in, for example, firefighters' clothing and body armour
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ar•a•mid

(ˈær ə mɪd)

n.
any of a class of synthetic aromatic long-chain polyamides capable of extrusion into very strong heat-resistant fibers.
[1970–75; probably ar (omatic) + -amid, resp. of amide]
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