Recent Examples of resin from the Web
Around 130 million years ago, a weevil gorged itself on wood pulp and died a sticky death in the relentless grasp of slow-moving resin.
The resulting monomers can then be re-polymerized into a new moldable plastic resin.
Try pairing this bold top with your favorite cropped denim, a pair white booties and some stylish resin earrings.
There's also a three-foot-high resin statue of a Minotaur literally sitting on the kitchen counter and reading.
The contractor also will remove old trash carts, which are town property, and they will be recycled into new plastic resin.
Pines fend off insect assaults by oozing toxic resin.
The fragrance also has notes of calming Peru balsam, which is a sweet resin that the brand says adds depth to the otherwise fresh and herbaceous ingredients.
Another section is still run by DuPont to make polyvinyl fluoride resins.
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RESIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of resin for English Language Learners
: a yellow or brown sticky substance that comes from some trees and that is used to make various products
: an artificial substance that is similar to natural resins and that is used to make plastics
RESIN Defined for Kids
Definition of resin for Students
medical Definition of resin
- resin of jalap
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