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Meaning of “rubber” - Learner’s Dictionary

rubber

noun     /ˈrʌbər/
SUBSTANCE [U]
B2 a strong material that bends easily, originally produced from the juice of a tropical tree, and used to make tyres, boots, etcPlastics and rubber
PENCIL [C] UK ( US eraser)
A2 a small object that is used to remove pencil marks from paper Office equipmentCommunicating by telephonePaper and stationeryWriting implements
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