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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Industry, Recording
vinylvi‧nyl /ˈvaɪnəl/ noun [uncountable]  1 TIa type of strong plastic2 TCRrecords that are played on a record player – used especially when comparing them to CDs
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vinyla vinyl chaira vinyl tableclothOther types of blown vinyl are made in similar ways, and may include metallic-type paper surfaces with a slightly reflective sheen.The grey vinyl floor gave way to carpet tiles.His favorite material is patent leather; vinyl he considers too thin.Other uses include removing Artex, lifting vinyl floor tiles, killing weeds and sterilising soil, etc.But you might be able to put the new vinyl over the old.The old vinyl record might be there, but the memories are all living there in the people.The wound patched over with timber-textured vinyl.This vinyl skin is wrinkling like a sheet material.
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