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Pyrex
American English: /ˈpaɪˌrɛks/
British English: /ˈpʌɪrɛks/

Translation of Pyrex in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • pyrex® (masculine)
    arcopal® (masculine)
    (before noun) a Pyrex dish
    una fuente de pyrex® or de arcopal®
    Example sentences
    • Polishing its thick slab of Pyrex glass has been described as the Apollo project of the Great Depression era.
    • It advertised washing machines, electric irons, and Pyrex casseroles.
    • Combine maple syrup, butter and lemon juice in large Pyrex measuring cup.

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