In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1vulcanizarvulcanized rubber — caucho vulcanizado masculine
- And the rubber is now injection-molded (in Maine) rather than vulcanized, making a lighter boot with surer traction.
- We use wheels made out of vulcanized rubber, which are much sturdier and more durable than wood and easier on the environment than steel.
- The implants are made of vulcanized silicone or silastic, a clear, hard, rubber-like material, and secured to the skeleton by insertion into a pocket or with small titanium screws that anchor to the underlying bone.
- Condoms became known as rubbers after 1844, when Charles Goodyear patented his process for vulcanizing rubber and factories began mass-producing rubber condoms.
- Some of the first useful polymers were chemically modified natural polymers such as vulcanized rubber and cellulose acetate.
- They can be vulcanised directly into the tyre material.
- For example, I can recall from elementary school the story of Charles Goodyear and vulcanizing rubber.
- In use, the gamepad is comfortable to hold, with a vulcanised rubber grip.
- Oh, when I got seriously into waterfowling 35 years or so ago, all waders and hip boots were made of vulcanized rubber, and it was possible to get a perfectly serviceable ‘hot’ patch on a puncture.
- This rubber can be vulcanized (treated under heat and pressure with sulfur to improve elasticity and strength).
- With all of their manufactured steel, vulcanized rubber, and processed plate glass, Model Ts were selling at about 25 cents a pound - perhaps the best bargain in the industrialized world.
- Ricky Davis bounces around like he's made of vulcanized rubber.
- High-NBS vulcanized rubber maintains traction over a full range of terrain.
- The meal was a constant struggle with pizza crust that can only be described as vulcanized.
- I am allergic to peanut skins and vulcanized rubber.
- The ball the schoolboys originally swatted was a globe of vulcanized India rubber pierced with a hole.
- Synthetic rubber erasers are vulcanized (cooked under pressure) to cure the rubber, but vinyl erasers skip this part.
- Users of the material will see a silicone fluid appear on the surface of the cured elastomer; this self-lubricating technology is designed, in part, to prevent vulcanized silicone surfaces from sticking to each other.
- In the early twentieth century vulcanized rubber was favoured, and latterly hard plastic.
- It wasn't buoyant, so, by way of appendix, he fitted a motor tube - two tubes vulcanised together - around the gunwale.
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