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EtymologyEdit

Latin viscosus, from viscum, birdlime.

NounEdit

viscose ‎(uncountable)

  1. A viscous orange-brown liquid obtained by chemical treatment of cellulose and used as the basis of manufacturing rayon and cellulose film.
  2. A fabric made from this material.

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viscose f

  1. plural of viscosa

AdjectiveEdit

viscose

  1. feminine plural of viscoso

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viscōse

  1. vocative masculine singular of viscōsus
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