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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtinfoiltin‧foil /ˈtɪnfɔɪl/ noun [uncountable]  DFCthin shiny metal that bends like paper and is used for covering food
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tinfoilA length of yarn to cut into four equal pieces, and besides that, some white silk thread and tinfoil.There are no pieces of tinfoil or wraps of cling-film here.Even so, the Graphophone mouthpiece was not much more sensitive than that of the tinfoil phonograph.
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