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decal

noun de·cal \ˈdē-ˌkal, di-ˈkal; Canada usually ˈde-kəl\

: a picture, design, or label that will stick to the surface on which it is placed after the paper on the back of it is removed

Full Definition of DECAL

:  a picture, design, or label made to be transferred (as to glass) from specially prepared paper

Origin of DECAL

short for decalcomania
First Known Use: 1937

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