a type of synthetic leather made of polyurethane film
Pleather’s popularity has increased due to its less expensive price, ease of care, versatility, and animal-friendly existence.
by 1991, from plastic + leather.
[pleb] /plɛb/ noun 1. a member of the plebs; a or commoner. 2. (def 1). /plɛb/ noun 1. short for plebeian 2. (Brit, informal, often derogatory) a common vulgar person n. 1856 as a colloquial shortening of plebeian in the ancient Roman sense. West Point sense attested by 1851 (see plebe).
/ˈplɛbɪ/ adjective -bier, -biest 1. (Brit, informal, often derogatory) common or vulgar: a plebby party
[pleeb] /plib/ noun 1. Also, pleb. (at the U.S. Military and Naval academies) a member of the freshman class. 2. Obsolete. (def 4). /pliːb/ noun 1. (informal) a member of the lowest class at the US Naval Academy or Military Academy; freshman n. also pleb, “member of the lowest class at a U.S. military academy,” […]
[pli-bee-uh n] /plɪˈbi ən/ adjective 1. belonging or pertaining to the common people. 2. of, relating to, or belonging to the ancient Roman . 3. common, commonplace, or vulgar: a plebeian joke. noun 4. a member of the common people. 5. a member of the ancient Roman . /pləˈbiːən/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or […]