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spray paint in Industry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspray paintˈspray paint noun [uncountable]  TIDpaint that you spray from a canspray-paint verb [intransitive, transitive]
Examples from the Corpus
spray paintThe state Air Resources Board can not ban spray paint.Manufacturers of the device said it would add about 25 cents to the cost of a can of spray paint.Paint dealers could sell other types of spray paint, but only if they were not fully portable.On the way back that afternoon she bought a can of red spray paint in a car accessories shop.I holders cutters around nosed pliers a medium grade sandpaper, silver spray paint.In the first piece these are drenched with red and black paint from the spray paint cans.We can't blame them that vandals spray paint on the walls.It is still there but looking rusty and scribbled with spray paint.