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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtensileten‧sile /ˈtensaɪl $ ˈtensəl/ adjective [only before noun] technical  PULLable to be stretched without breaking tensile rubber
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tensilehigh-tensile Egyptian cottonThe device incorporates a high tensile steel tube which clamps to the steering wheel and an integral alarm.Light, high tensile strength fibres confer stiffness and strength to a polymer resin that binds them into a rigid three-dimensional form.Nor did its low tensile strength help either.The following year, Brinley began routine tensile tests for steel.
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