Plasticine


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Plasticine

(ˈplæstɪˌsiːn)
n
(Modelmaking & Model Railways) trademark a soft coloured material used, esp by children, for modelling
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Plasticine - a synthetic material resembling clay but remaining softPlasticine - a synthetic material resembling clay but remaining soft; used as a substitute for clay or wax in modeling (especially in schools)
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
synthetic, synthetic substance - a compound made artificially by chemical reactions
Translations
mótunarleir
plastelína

Plasticine

® [ˈplæstɪsiːn] Nplastelina ® f, plastilina ® f, arcilla f de modelar

Plasticine®

[ˈplæstɪsiːn] n (British)pâte f à modelerplastic surgeon nspécialiste mf de chirurgie esthétiqueplastic surgery nchirurgie f esthétique, chirurgie f plastique
to have plastic surgery → avoir recours à la chirurgie esthétique or plastiqueplastic wrap n (US) (= clingfilm) → film m alimentaire

Plasticine®

n (Brit) → ˜ Plastilin® nt

plasticine

® [ˈplæstɪsiːn] nplastilina ®

Plasticine®

(ˈplӕstisiːn) noun
a coloured substance like clay used for modelling especialy by children.
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YOU WILL NEED A lid from a jar Blue Play-Doh or Plasticine Rocks A green pan scourer Sand Thin card A cocktail stick White and blue paint Glue, pencils, felt pens, scissors METHOD 1.
Featuring a charming rhyming story, with colourful interactive images made from Plasticine and including jigsaws and secrets, it's a must for anyone wanting to entertain children and get them interested in reading.
Happiness is like plasticine. class="MsoNormalWe all have plasticine but some people look at what the other person has mouled with their plasticine and feel insecure or inadequate at their own model.
All the characters are modelled from plasticine and the scenery is handmade from a variety of craft supplies and household items.
Or is it the stunning masterpieces she creates from Plasticine, her medium of choice, which are so unique that one can't help but pause and examine her artwork more closely while pondering, How ever did she do this?
When artist Tony Hart died in 2009 an army of plasticine Morphs turned up at the Tate Modern - made by Vision On and Take Hart fans.
PLASTICINE caterpillars in a wood in Huddersfield have helped scientists find out more about the behaviour of nature's predators.
We began slightly falteringly as clubs jostle for position, picked up the pace as confidence grew, but are now staggering to the finish line like those poor souls in marathons whose legs turn to Plasticine in the finishing straight.
Place a small blob of plasticine into each corner of the second aluminium tray.
WHAT YOU NEED: | A small clear container with |a lid Hammer and nail or scissors |(to make a small hole) Bendy straw | Small piece of thin material |such as a kitchen cloth or tights Elastic band | Plasticine | WHAT TO DO: 1.
There is much more that you can do with plasticine than just giving it to the kids to play with, you can create a whole world of characters and just the man to teach you how is coming to the capital next week.
The classic story of Noah's ark told with fabulous Plasticine illustrations!