glassine
noun Date: 1916 a thin dense transparent or semitransparent paper highly resistant to the passage of air and grease

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  • Glassine — is a very thin, smooth, air and water resistant type of paper.Glassine is generally translucent unless dyes are added to color the paper or make it opaque. It is manufactured by a process called calendering; after pulping and drying, the sheets… …   Wikipedia

  • glassine — ☆ glassine [gla sēn′, glas′ēn ] n. [ GLASS + INE1] a thin but tough, glazed, nearly transparent paper, used as for envelopes …   English World dictionary

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  • glassine —    A thin, dense, glossy surfaced, translucent paper resistant to the passage of air and dirt. Glassine is often used as a wrapping material or for the separation of sheets of paper. (pr. glas EEN) See acid free, art conservation, polyethylene,… …   Glossary of Art Terms

  • glassine — /gla seen /, n. a strong, thin, glazed, semitransparent paper, often made into small bags, used for packaging foods, for book jackets, etc. [1915 20; GLASS + INE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • glassine — noun a) a light paper used as interleaving between artworks or stamp album pages. b) smooth, non absorbing, grease and moisture resistant, super calendered paper …   Wiktionary

  • Glassine — Полупрозрачная клееная без наполнителя бумага с высокими показателями механической прочности, жиро и маслонепроницаемости, для изготовления кальки, а также для упаковывания пищевых продуктов; Тонкая глянцевая бумага разных цветов (напр. для… …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

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  • glassine — [ glα:si:n] noun a glossy transparent paper …   English new terms dictionary

  • glassine — glass·ine …   English syllables

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