Vaseline

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Vas·e·line

 (văs′ə-lēn′, văs′ə-lēn′)
A trademark for a brand of petroleum jelly.
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Vaseline

(ˈvæsɪˌliːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a trademark for petrolatum
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Vas•e•line

(ˈvæs əˌlin, ˌvæs əˈlin)
Trademark. a brand of petrolatum.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Vaseline - a trademarked brand of petroleum jellyVaseline - a trademarked brand of petroleum jelly
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
mineral jelly, petrolatum, petroleum jelly - a semisolid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from petroleum; used in medicinal ointments and for lubrication
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Translations

Vaseline

® [ˈvæsɪliːn] Nvaselina ® f
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Vaseline®

[ˈvæsəliːn] nvaseline f
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Vaseline®

nVaseline f
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vaseline

® [ˈvæsɪˌliːn] nvaselina ®
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vaseline

n. vaselina.
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Vaseline

(marca) V. petroleum jelly bajo petroleum.
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References in classic literature ?
Raffles smeared vaseline upon the plated parts of his Beeston Humber before starting, and our dear landlady cosseted us both, and prayed we might see nothing of the nasty burglars, not denying as the reward would be very handy to them that got it, to say nothing of the honor and glory.
Loved by Nirvana's Kurt Cobain, who covered three of their songs, The Vaselines are one of Scotland's most influential bands.
FRIDAY THE VASELINES Legendary isn't a big enough word for The Vaselines, but it's close enough.
It's going to be one of the most exciting gigs this century when The Vaselines rock up to Whelans.
THE Vaselines are back and the onstage chemistry between Frances Mc-Kee and her one-time teenage ex Eugene Kelly, right, is as infectious as their music.
The Vaselines The Bongo Club, Edinburgh, Sept 15 .....
The entire range contains Vaselines unique ProDerma formula, a blend of ingredients that helps to protect the underarm skin and make it less prone to irritation.
" Cobain was a huge fan of Scottish indie bands and called Eugene Kelly and Frances McKee, of Glasgow's Vaselines, "the best songwriters in the world".
THE legend of The Vaselines has grown greater through the passage of time.
THE Fratellis and The Vaselines, have joined forces to remix a song by the Attic Lights.
Drummer–turned–writer Andy Bollen's Nirvana: A Tour Diary reveals the tragic frontman loved Irn–Bru and the Bay City Rollers in addition to his well–documented passion for Caledonian bands like The Vaselines and Teenage Fanclub.
It hit The Vaselines' singer in the chest with a sickening thud and took his breath away ...