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blister pack

n.
A transparent, molded piece of plastic, often sealed to a sheet of cardboard, used to package and display an item of merchandise. Also called bubble pack.

blister pack

n
(Commerce) a type of packet in which small items are displayed and sold, consisting of a transparent dome of plastic or similar material mounted on a firm backing such as cardboard. Also called: bubble pack

blis′ter pack`


n.
a package with a clear plastic overlay affixed to a cardboard backing for protecting and displaying a product.
[1950–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blister pack - packaging in which a product is sealed between a cardboard backing and clear plastic coverblister pack - packaging in which a product is sealed between a cardboard backing and clear plastic cover
packaging - material used to make packages
Translations
Blister

blister pack

n(Klar)sichtpackung f

blister pack

n (Comm) → blister m inv

blister pack

n envase m blister, blister m (fam)
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Most have FDA approval for use with food and impart good clarity to transparent articles such as vacuum formable blisterpack sheet and bottles.
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Paris-based architect Roger Taillibert has designed the labs to resemble pharmaceutical capsules; pills in a blisterpack. The architect is most famous for Pare des Princes rugby stadium (1972) in Paris and Montreal's 1976 Olympic Stadium, which, despite decades of financial and structural problems beyond his control, has been described as a masterpiece of 'organic' architecture (Francois Remillard, Montreal Architecture: A Guide to Style and Buildings, 1990).
K&K's product line also includes clamshell and blisterpack packaging, as well as plastic covers for electronic devices.
Specialties: Custom decorating/labels, blisterpack cards.