kraft paper

strong wrapping paper made from pulp processed with a sulfur solution
Syn: ↑kraft
Hypernyms: ↑wrapping paper

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • Kraft paper — is paper produced by the Kraft process from wood pulp. It is strong and relatively coarse. Kraft paper is usually a brown colour but can be bleached to produce white paper. It is used for paper grocery bags, multiwall sacks, envelopes and other… …   Wikipedia

  • kraft paper — /ˈkraft peɪpə/ (say krahft paypuh) noun a strong paper, usually brown, processed from wood pulp, used in bags and as wrapping paper. {German Kraft strength} …   Australian English dictionary

  • kraft paper — strong brown paper used in shopping bags and for wrapping packages …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Kraft paper — Крафт бумага …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • High strength packing paper, kraft paper — Очень прочная клееная бумага из сульфатной небеленой целлюлозы, для упаковывания товаров и почтовой корреспонденции …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • Kraft — has more than one meaning:* Kraft Foods, the world s third largest food and beverage company * Kraft process, a paper pulp production method * Kraft paper, paper produced by the Kraft process * Kraft (Mega Man Zero), a video game character *… …   Wikipedia

  • kraft — [kraft, kräft] n. [< Ger, strength: see CRAFT] strong wrapping paper, usually brown, made from wood pulp prepared with a sodium sulfate solution: also kraft paper …   English World dictionary

  • kraft — (also kraft paper) ► NOUN ▪ a kind of strong, smooth brown wrapping paper. ORIGIN Swedish, strength …   English terms dictionary

  • Paper — For other uses, see Paper (disambiguation). A stack of copy paper Paper is a thin material mainly used for wr …   Wikipedia

  • paper — paperless, adj. paperlike, adj. /pay peuhr/, n. 1. a substance made from wood pulp, rags, straw, or other fibrous material, usually in thin sheets, used to bear writing or printing, for wrapping things, etc. 2. a piece, sheet, or leaf of this. 3 …   Universalium

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