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Hytrel Line breaks: Hy¦trel
Pronunciation: /ˈhʌɪtrɛl/

Definition of Hytrel in English:


[mass noun] trademark
A strong, flexible synthetic resin used in shoes, sports equipment, and other manufactured articles: [as modifier]: Hytrel straps
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  • Padding is minimal and thin, and the included Hytrel visor is almost too short to serve a purpose.
  • And the nosepiece, also with Hytrel, really stayed put, even when I was sweating a lot.
  • Five young designers were asked to design furniture made from Hytrel.

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