Recent Examples of decal from the Web
Users of both apps put decals with the apps’ names on their car windows.
Pickups with union decals filled a huge parking lot and squeezed into side streets near the site, which swarms with about 1,500 construction workers every day.
According to Eunkyung's recent Instagram post, the decals are no longer available for purchase at Target.
Available in only black or yellow paintwork, the Heritage Edition is differentiated by unique interior accents and exterior decals that are reminiscent of those sometimes seen on Zs from the 1970s.
Wednesday, crews at LCA laid down made-in Michigan floor and decals that will be on display during the six games.
Greenfield’s built a handful so far, including a black and white standard cab and a blue and silver crew cab with paint instead of decals that a fellow flew in from New York to pick up.
The Panthers are wearing 'MSD' patches on their jerseys and Stoneman Douglas logo decals on their helmets for the remainder of the season.
Just put them on your nails, or opt for updated pastel patterns and fun decals.
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Origin and Etymology of decal
First Known Use: 1937See Words from the same year
DECAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of decal for English Language Learners
: 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
DECAL Defined for Kids
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