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

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plastic wrapnoun [U]

uk   us   US (UK cling film)
thin, ​transparent, ​plasticmaterial, used for ​wrappingfood to ​keep it ​fresh: I've put some ​plasticwrap over the ​salad.
(Definition of plastic wrap from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"plastic wrap" in Business English

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plastic wrapnoun [U]

uk   us   US (UK clingfilm)
a ​transparentplasticmaterial, used for ​wrappingfood in ​order to ​keep it fresh: Packaging ​materials such as ​plasticwrap are not ​recycled in many ​areas.
(Definition of plastic wrap from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “plastic wrap”
in Chinese (Simplified) 保鲜膜…
in Turkish plastik geçirgen ambalaj malzemesi…
in Russian упаковочная пленка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 保鮮膜…
in Polish folia do żywności…
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