Definition of vinal
: a synthetic textile fiber that is a long-chain polymer consisting largely of vinyl alcohol units
Recent Examples of vinal from the Web
Vinals said Frankfurt made more sense as the bank already does its euro clearing there.
Vinals said Wednesday that Frankfurt made more sense as the bank already does its euro clearing there.
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Origin and Etymology of vinal
First Known Use: circa 1939See Words from the same year
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