Prevent (something considered wrong or undesirable) from succeeding
Metal hammered or rolled into a thin flexible sheet, used chiefly for covering or wrapping food
A light, blunt-edged fencing sword with a button on its point
Each of the structures fitted to a hydrofoil’s hull to lift it clear of the water at speed
his attempts to escape were constantly foiled
the black gown was the perfect foil for her colouring
Designating printing machines and processes in which a thin layer of material (typically metal or plastic) is transferred to a surface by being stamped or pressed on to it using a heated die.
= aluminium foil.
Aluminium foil used for covering or wrapping food
Aluminium in the form of thin flexible sheets which can be easily torn, used especially for wrapping or covering food.
A hat made from aluminum foil; now chiefly with allusion to the belief that such a hat protects the wearer from mind control, surveillance, or similar types of threat.
Foil made of aluminium or a similar grey metal, used especially for covering or wrapping food