Cellophane (noun)

  1. A thin, transparent material made from cellulose that is used for wrapping food, as well as in art and crafts.
  2. A type of transparent material that is used as a wrapping or packaging material.

Origin:

From french cellulose + -phane, from greek φαίνω (phainō, "i show").

Examples:

  1. The candy was wrapped in cellophane.
  2. The flowers were wrapped in cellophane for protection.
  3. The cellophane was used to make a transparent cover for a book.
  4. The cellophane was used to create a decorative effect in the artwork.
  5. The cellophane was used to package the food, keeping it fresh.
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