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strass

  

      n     (Jewellery)      another word for       paste   1       6  
     (C19: German, named after J. Strasser, 18th-century German jeweller who invented it)  
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paste   [1]  
      n  
1    a mixture or material of a soft or malleable consistency, such as toothpaste  
2    an adhesive made from water and flour or starch, used esp. for joining pieces of paper  
3    a preparation of food, such as meat, that has been powdered to a creamy mass, for spreading on bread, crackers, etc.  
4    any of various sweet doughy confections  
almond paste     
5    dough, esp. when prepared with shortening, as for making pastry  
6   
a      (Also called)    strass          a hard shiny glass used for making imitation gems  
b    an imitation gem made of this glass  
7    the combined ingredients of porcelain  
   See also       hard paste       soft paste  
      vb   tr  
8    often foll by: on or onto   to attach by or as if by using paste  
he pasted posters onto the wall     
9    usually foll by: with   to cover (a surface) with paper, usually attached with an adhesive  
he pasted the wall with posters     
     (C14: via Old French from Late Latin pasta dough, from Greek paste barley porridge, from pastos, from passein to sprinkle)  


strass         
      n     (Jewellery)      another word for       paste   1       6  
     (C19: German, named after J. Strasser, 18th-century German jeweller who invented it)  

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Strauss, strapless, Straus, strays

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