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A trademark for a plastic disk-shaped toy that players throw and catch.
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(Individual Sports, other than specified) trademark a light plastic disc, usually 20–25 centimetres in diameter, thrown with a spinning motion for recreation or in competition
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Trademark. a brand of plastic concave disk, used for various catching games.
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Frisbee- Was modeled on pie tins from Mrs. Frisbie's Pies—made by the Frisbie Bakery of Bridgeport, Connecticut—which students began tossing around in the 1920s.
See also related terms for model.
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|Noun||1.||Frisbee - a light, plastic disk about 10 inches in diameter; propelled with a flip of the wrist for recreation or competition|
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
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n → Frisbee® nt
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Frisbee® [ˈfrɪzbiː] n → frisbee ® m inv
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