[krahy-lon] /ˈkraɪ lɒn/
a brand name for a plastic coating, applied as a liquid, that forms a protective film: used on blueprints, paintings, etc.
[krahy-mee-uh, kri-] /kraɪˈmi ə, krɪ-/ noun 1. the, a peninsula in SE Ukraine, between the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. 2. a former autonomous republic of the Soviet Union, now a region of Ukraine. About 10,000 sq. mi. (25,900 sq. km). /krɪm/ noun 1. transliteration of the Russian name for Crimea /kraɪˈmɪə/ noun […]
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[krip-ton] /ˈkrɪp tɒn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. an inert, monatomic gaseous element, present in very small amounts in the atmosphere: used in high-power, tungsten-filament light bulbs. Symbol: Kr; atomic weight: 83.80; atomic number: 36. /ˈkrɪptɒn/ noun 1. an inert gaseous element occurring in trace amounts in air and used in fluorescent lights and lasers. Symbol: Kr; […]
noun any surviving fragment of the exploded mythological planet Krypton, home of Superman n. fictional substance in the “Superman” series, where it weakens the otherwise invulnerable hero, 1943; perhaps from elements of krypton (which is a gas) + meteorite.