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Perspex

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plastics
PerspexPer‧spex /ˈpɜːspeks $ ˈpɜːr-/ noun [uncountable] trademark British English  HCPa strong type of plastic that can be used instead of glass
Examples from the Corpus
PerspexBeneath lay a line of glum sandwiches, a Perspex dish of an unidentifiable fish meat and a mutilated leg of ham.A supply of Perspex offcuts can often be obtained from firms making illuminated signs.I use a very small one that looks like a pencil or pen. Perspex rulers are invaluable.The pilots sit high on adjustable seats for the best panorama, and their doors have vertically-sliding Perspex windows and integral arm-rests.Transparent Perspex makes ideal T-square blades.
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