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heat-resistant (comparative more heat-resistant, superlative most heat-resistant)

  1. Resistant to the effects of fire or intense heat.
    • 1997, Tatsuya Hongū and Glyn O. Phillips, chapter 2, in New Fibers, →ISBN, page 14:
      The heat-resistant polymer has a molecular structure that is thermally stable, and stands up to long-term use at temperatures over 300 °C.


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