[plek-si-glas, -glahs] /ˈplɛk sɪˌglæs, -ˌglɑs/
a brand name for a thermoplastic polymer of methyl methacrylate that is light in weight, resistant to weathering, capable of being bent when hot but returning to its original shape when reheated, used for signs.
trademark (US) a transparent plastic, polymethylmethacrylate, used for combs, plastic sheeting, etc
1935, proprietary name (Röhm & Haas) for a substance also sold as Perspex and Lucite. Often written incorrectly as plexiglass.
[plek-sim-i-ter] /plɛkˈsɪm ɪ tər/ noun, Medicine/Medical. 1. a small, thin plate, as of ivory, placed against the body to mediate the blow of a plexor. pleximeter plex·im·e·ter (plěk-sĭm’ĭ-tər) or ples·sim·e·ter (plě-sĭm’-) or plex·om·e·ter (plěk-sŏm’-) n. A small thin plate held against the body and struck with a plexor in diagnosis by percussion.
plexitis plex·i·tis (plěk-sī’tĭs) n. Inflammation of a plexus.
plexogenic plex·o·gen·ic (plěk’sə-jěn’ĭk) adj. Giving rise to weblike or plexiform structures.
[plek-ser] /ˈplɛk sər/ noun 1. Medicine/Medical. a small hammer with a soft rubber head or the like, used in percussion for diagnostic purposes. /ˈplɛksə/ noun 1. (med) a small hammer with a rubber head for use in percussion of the chest and testing reflexes plexor plex·or (plěk’sər) or ples·sor (plěs’ər) n. A small, usually rubber-headed […]