Definition of slipcase in English:

slipcase

Syllabification: slip·case
Pronunciation: /ˈslipˌkās
 
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noun

A close-fitting case open at one side or end for an object such as a book.
More example sentences
  • The book should be in as close to its original published state as possible with its dust wrap, its slip case, if it was published as a boxed edition, and the glassine, the cellophane wrapper often supplied for extra protection.
  • The documentary takes the form of a three-DVD package that is well produced and professionally done, from the extended slip case to the many notes and supplemental materials included on the discs themselves.
  • It even comes with unique packaging, strangely wrapped in a cardboard slip case and inner artwork that resembles a little starship.

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