Definition of stretchy in English:

stretchy

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Pronunciation: /ˈstrɛtʃi
 
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adjective (stretchier, stretchiest)

  • (Especially of material or a garment) able to stretch or be stretched easily: stretchy miniskirts
    More example sentences
    • It was made of some stretchy material so I was able to walk and it was a little short, but I didn't mind.
    • I got some black stretchy material that i can use to make a belt out of and Karina got some tan corduroy to make a skirt.
    • It is made out of a stretchy material, so it will be comfortable enough to wear all day in school.

Derivatives

stretchiness

noun
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  • The resulting material has six times the strength of unprocessed copper yet retains most of the metal's characteristic ductility, or stretchiness.
  • If the stretchiness is altered slightly, the note is no longer exactly what it's supposed to be, but it's still recognisably musical.
  • The elastic collagen fibres in the skin lose their elasticity, resulting in permanent loss of stretchiness and permanent wrinkling.

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