like rubber; elastic; tough.
having the texture of or resembling rubber, esp in flexibility or toughness
noun 1. Carlo [jahr-loh;; Italian kahr-law] /ˈdʒɑr loʊ;; Italian ˈkɑr lɔ/ (Show IPA), born 1934, Italian physicist: Nobel prize 1984. Rubbia (r’bē-ə) Italian physicist who discovered the W and Z bosons that carry the weak nuclear force. The existence of these subatomic particles strongly confirmed the validity of the theory of the electroweak force. For […]
noun 1. an act or action of a person or thing that rubs. 2. an impression of an incised or sculptured surface made by laying paper over it and rubbing with heelball, graphite, or a similar substance until the image appears. verb (used with object), rubbed, rubbing. 1. to subject the surface of (a thing […]
noun 1. a poisonous solution of about 70 percent isopropyl or denatured ethyl alcohol, usually containing a perfume oil, used chiefly in massaging. rubbing alcohol noun 1. a liquid usually consisting of 70 per cent denatured ethyl alcohol, used by external application as an antiseptic or rubefacient
noun 1. worthless, unwanted material that is rejected or thrown out; debris; litter; trash. 2. nonsense, as in writing or art: sentimental rubbish. noun 1. worthless, useless, or unwanted matter 2. discarded or waste matter; refuse 3. foolish words or speech; nonsense verb 4. (transitive) (informal) to criticize; attack verbally rubbish see: good riddance (to […]