noun cel·lo·cut \ˈselōˌkət, -ləˌ-\

Definition of cellocut



  1. 1 :  an artist's print made from a plastic plate in which a design determined by the use of liquid plastics has been cut in relief; also :  the plate from which such a print is made

  2. 2 :  the art of making and printing from cellocuts

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Origin and Etymology of cellocut

2cello + cut

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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