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clingfilm

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclingfilmcling‧film /ˈklɪŋfɪlm/ noun [uncountable] British English  DFUvery thin transparent plastic, used to cover food and keep it fresh syn plastic wrap American English
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clingfilmPolly poured the steaming coffee into a vacuum jug and wrapped the plate of cheese and tomato sandwiches lightly in clingfilm.When all the eggs are done wrap them separately in clingfilm.One is to wrap them in clingfilm and put them in the fridge until the next meal.Keep unused icing wrapped tightly in aluminium or clingfilm.He laid out the newspaper on the carpet and stripped off the bowl's clingfilm covering.The veal in the clingfilm had now thawed out so he consigned it to the wastebasket.Cover with clingfilm and chill. 4 Scatter the diced pepper over the yellow rice.
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