Glassine meaning

glă-sēn'
A nearly transparent, resilient glazed paper resistant to the passage of air and grease.
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A thin but tough, glazed, nearly transparent paper, used as for envelopes.
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A light paper used as interleaving between artworks or stamp album pages.
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Smooth, non-absorbing, grease- and moisture-resistant, super-calendered paper.
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(philately, usually used as a plural) A small stamp packet made from glassine paper.
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Origin of glassine

  • glass +‎ -ine
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