a synthetic fibre used as a filling for pillows, quilted materials, etc
/ˈfaɪbəˌɡlɑːs/ noun 1. material consisting of matted fine glass fibres, used as insulation in buildings, in fireproof fabrics, etc 2. a fabric woven from this material or a light strong material made by bonding fibreglass with a synthetic resin; used for car bodies, boat hulls, etc
fibremia fi·bre·mi·a (fī-brē’mē-ə) n. The presence of formed fibrin in the blood, causing thrombosis or embolism. Also called inosemia.
/ˈfaɪbəˌskəʊp/ noun 1. an endoscope that transmits images of the interior of a hollow organ by fibre optics
[fahy-bruh-fawrm, fib-ruh-] /ˈfaɪ brəˌfɔrm, ˈfɪb rə-/ adjective 1. of the form of a fiber or fibers. /ˈfaɪbrɪˌfɔːm; ˈfɪb-/ adjective 1. having the form of a fibre or fibres