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Crimplene is an artificial fabric used for making clothes which does not crease easily. [mainly BRIT, TRADEMARK]

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  • crimplene — ► NOUN trademark ▪ a synthetic crease resistant fibre and fabric. ORIGIN probably from CRIMP(Cf. ↑crimper) + TERYLENE(Cf. ↑terylene) …   English terms dictionary

  • Crimplene® — /krimˈplēn/ noun (a crease resistant, synthetic fabric made from) a thick polyester yarn …   Useful english dictionary

  • Crimplene — Part of Crimple Valley, near Harrogate, after which the fabric was named. Crimplene (polyester) is a thick yarn used to make a fabric of the same name. The resulting cloth is heavy, wrinkle resistant and retains its shape well. Britain s defunct… …   Wikipedia

  • crimplene — [ krɪmpli:n] noun trademark a synthetic crease resistant fibre and fabric. Origin 1950s: prob. from crimp + a shortened form of terylene …   English new terms dictionary

  • Crimplene — UK [ˈkrɪmpliːn] / US [ˈkrɪmplɪn] trademark a cloth made from artificial fibres that stays smooth when it is crushed or folded and is used for making clothes …   English dictionary

  • crimplene — /ˈkrɪmplin/ (say krimpleen) noun a modified polyester filament yarn, used for garments, and noted for its crease resistant qualities. {trademark} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Crimplene — n. propr. a synthetic crease resistant fibre and fabric …   Useful english dictionary

  • Crimplene™ — …   Useful english dictionary

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