Definition of 'tinfoil'
Example sentences containing 'tinfoil'
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Cover the tray tightly with tinfoil and bake for 15 minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He frowned, toying with the tinfoil wrapper as he returned to his seat. RIOT (2002)
There was a sense of ceremonial generosity as they peeled the tinfoil back off the pan and showed her the bruised-looking cakes. FAMILY PICTURES (2002)
Trends of 'tinfoil'
Used Rarely. tinfoil is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'tinfoil'
British English: tinfoil /ˈtɪnˌfɔɪl/ NOUN
Tinfoil consists of shiny metal in the form of a thin sheet which is used for wrapping food.
- American English: tinfoil
- Arabic: وَرَقٌ فِضِّيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: papel de alumíno
- Chinese: 锡箔纸
- Croatian: alufolija
- Czech: hliníková fólie
- Danish: sølvpapir
- Dutch: aluminiumfolie
- European Spanish: papel de aluminio
- Finnish: folio
- French: papier d’aluminium
- German: Aluminiumfolie
- Greek: ασημόχαρτο
- Italian: stagnola
- Japanese: アルミ箔
- Korean: 은박지
- Norwegian: aluminiumsfolie
- Polish: folia aluminiowa
- European Portuguese: papel de alumínio
- Romanian: staniol
- Russian: оловянная фольга
- Spanish: papel de aluminio
- Swedish: aluminiumfolie
- Thai: แผ่นอลูมิเนียมที่ใช้ในครัว
- Turkish: kalay yaldızı
- Ukrainian: фольга
- Vietnamese: giấy thiếc
Definition of tinfoil from the Collins English Dictionary
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