Definition of plasteel in English:

plasteel

Line breaks: plas|teel
Pronunciation: /ˈplastiːl
 
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noun

[mass noun]
  • (In science fiction) an ultra-strong non-metallic material: the plasteel door of the airlock
    More example sentences
    • The buildings grew and coated themselves in plasteel.
    • The last glass door wasn't really glass, but a blue bullet and shatterproof plasteel.
    • The police, with their sleek black helmets and plasteel armor had demanded a thousand dollars extra for the marine.

Origin

1970s: blend of plastic and steel.

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