epoxy epoxy  /ɪ ˈpɑk si/


  1. (n) a thermosetting resin; used chiefly in strong adhesives and coatings and laminates
  2. (v) glue with epoxy



  1. Imagine how baffled your ancestors would be in a modern supermarket: the epoxy-like tubes of Go-Gurt, the preternaturally fresh Twinkies, the vaguely pharmaceutical Vitamin Water.
  2. He had even copied ABRO's labeling, including one sample card with a photo of a woman applying epoxy to a bicycle.
  3. Boron-epoxy resin composites are just as strong and stiff as aluminum and steel alloy structures, if not better, and weigh less.


  • Loaded Boards Uncorks The Tesseract

    Loaded Boards releases their new freeride skateboard, the Tesseract. Made from bamboo, glass and epoxy composite skins and cork, these boards are versatile, high performance quiver killers. (PRWeb June 28, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10875955.htm
    on June 28, 2013     Source: PRWeb

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  1. "I seem to be riding a new board every time I go for a surf," Slater said. "This one I just rode was an epoxy swallow-tail and seemed to go really well in these conditions. I've pretty much just been cruising and testing out some equipment."
    on Jul 2, 2009 By: Kelly Slater Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. "The doctor cut back in the same spot," Bohn said. "He stitched it up and then patched it like you would a pair of jeans. He even used the word epoxy to make it seal."
    on Sep 4, 2008 By: Jason Bohn Source: FOXSports.com

  3. Meanwhile, Lacson accused Arroyo of allegedly supervising cheating in the elections last year and criticized her of "clinging with epoxy" to the presidency.
    on Jul 21, 2005 By: Panfilo Lacson Source: Sun.Star

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