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Definition of 'silicone'

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Example sentences containing 'silicone'

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Pure silicone is not used here because of the potential dangers. The Sun (2011)It will be easier to turn out if you use a silicone cake tin. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He has had four silicone injections given by a medical student friend. The Sun (2015)These problems were compounded by his use of liquid silicone injections that in some cases disfigured his patients. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is thought the wannabe star had a heart attack after industrial silicone was injected into her veins. The Sun (2011)You should use silicone grease, which will not damage rubber components. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But the reality was the silicone used wasn't suitable for humans. The Sun (2013)Alternatively, you can use silicone mats. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In an interview last year he boasted to police how he told staff to hide the illegal industrial silicone when inspectors visited his factory. The Sun (2012)

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Used Occasionally. silicone is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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Translations for 'silicone'

British English: silicone NOUN
Silicone is a tough artificial substance made from silicon, which is used to make polishes, and also used in cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery.
...silicone lubricants.

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