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carbon paper in Daily life topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcarbon paperˈcarbon ˌpaper noun [countable, uncountable]  BDthin paper with a blue or black substance on one side, that you put between sheets of paper when typing on a typewriter in order to make a copy onto the second sheet of paper
Examples from the Corpus
carbon paperThey use that magic carbon paper.The flattened shape is transferred to a sheet of leather by mangling carbon paper between the two.Books and papers were either remembered or copied, sometimes ten typed sheets at once, on carbon paper.A final covering of aluminium foil or carbon paper reduces the risk of detection by X-ray machines.A smell I had waited all day to smell-old and sweet, the carbon paper.Carbonless paper coated with chemicals and dye which will produce copies without carbon paper.