Definition of 'resin'
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Its resin is used as medicine and varnish and is burnt as incense. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The other is for his carpentry and is aromatic with wood shavings and resin. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The town museum has an exciting collection of fossilised tree resin. The Sun (2008)Cuts in the bark of the tree allow the resin to ooze out and harden. The Sun (2014)She has also been charged with supplying cannabis resin. The Sun (2009)His images are painstakingly built up layer by fine layer with resin and paint. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It too is a tree resin used in incense, perfumes and medicines. The Sun (2011)Pine needles and resin, wood and sap - irresistible. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He is accused of having heroin, crack cocaine, cannabis resin and cannabis. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'resin'
British English: resin /ˈrɛzɪn/ NOUN
Resin is a sticky substance produced by some trees.
The resin from which the oil is extracted comes from a small, tough tree.
- American English: resin
- Arabic: راتينَج
- Brazilian Portuguese: resina
- Chinese: 树脂
- Croatian: smola
- Czech: pryskyřice
- Danish: harpiks
- Dutch: hars
- European Spanish: resina
- Finnish: pihka
- French: résine
- German: Harz
- Greek: ρητίνη
- Italian: resina
- Japanese: 樹脂
- Korean: 수지 재료
- Norwegian: harpiks
- Polish: żywica
- European Portuguese: resina
- Romanian: rășină
- Russian: смола
- Spanish: resina
- Swedish: kåda
- Thai: ยางไม้
- Turkish: reçine
- Ukrainian: смола
- Vietnamese: nhựa cây
Definition of resin from the Collins English Dictionary
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