anti–stick

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adjective an·ti–stick \¦an-tī-¦stik, ¦an-tē-\
variants: or

antistick

Definition of anti–stick

  1. :  allowing easy removal of cooked food particles :  nonstick All fluoropolymers have the same general characteristics. … Low coefficients of friction and very low surface energies give them good anti-stick properties. — Donald H. DeClerck et al., Chemical Engineering, 24 Nov. 1986 Lecithin is removed from crude oil during its refining and is used as an antistick spray. — Shirley Ross, The World Almanac Guide to Natural Foods, 1985

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Origin and Etymology of anti–stick

1anti- + 5stick


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