Definition of waxed paper in English:

waxed paper

Syllabification: waxed pa·per
(also wax paper)

noun

Paper that has been impregnated with wax to make it waterproof or greaseproof, used especially in cooking and the wrapping of foodstuffs.
More example sentences
  • Where the lunchbox is concerned, tin foil and waxed paper are portable, non-plastic options.
  • Place the dough balls between two sheets of waxed paper.
  • Let the balls sit on a sheet of waxed paper for 24 hours to harden and dry.

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