Definition of tinfoil in English:

tinfoil

Line breaks: tin|foil
Pronunciation: /ˈtɪnfɔɪl
 
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noun

[mass noun]
Foil made of aluminium or a similar grey metal, used especially for covering or wrapping food: garlic bread wrapped in tinfoil
More example sentences
  • Chill the whole cake for 24 hours or - if you intend to freeze it - cover tightly with tinfoil, then plastic wrap and freeze at this stage.
  • Served in a double-lined package of greaseproof paper and tinfoil, it had the look of a Christmas present for a cat.
  • The bodies and instruments were formed out of paper, tinfoil, foil-backed paper and dowel rods.

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