bubble wrap Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"bubble wrap" in British English

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bubble wrapnoun [U]

uk   us   trademark
a ​sheet of ​plasticbubbles that is used for ​wrapping things in ​order to ​protect them, for ​example, when they are being ​sent or taken ​somewhere
(Definition of bubble wrap from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"bubble wrap" in Business English

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bubble wrapnoun [U]

(also Bubble Wrap) uk   us   (also bubble pack, also bubble packaging)
a sheet of ​plasticfilled with ​bubbles of ​air, used especially for ​wrapping and ​protecting things that are being ​mailed
(Definition of bubble wrap from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bubble wrap”
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于保护物品的)气泡垫塑料包装材料…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於保護物品的)氣泡墊塑膠包裝材料,氣泡布…
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