a cardboard, paper, or plastic advertisement of a product designed to be attached to a shelf on which the product is exhibited for sale.
noun, Informal. 1. Computers. software or hardware that remains unsold, unused, or underused: shelfware as part of a bundled license deal. 2. ideas or findings that are not used or acted upon: The results of your market research can quickly become shelfware. jargon /shelfweir/ Software which is never used and so ends up on the […]
[shel-i-kawf, ‐kof] /ˈʃɛl ɪˌkɔf, ‐ˌkɒf/ noun 1. a strait between the Alaska Peninsula and Kodiak Island, in S Alaska. 130 miles (209 km) long and 30 miles (48 km) wide.
noun 1. a hard outer covering of an animal, as the hard case of a mollusk, or either half of the case of a bivalve mollusk. 2. any of various objects resembling such a covering, as in shape or in being more or less concave or hollow. 3. the material constituting any of various coverings […]
noun 1. lac that has been purified and formed into thin sheets, used for making varnish. 2. a varnish (shellac varnish) made by dissolving this material in alcohol or a similar solvent. 3. a phonograph record made of a breakable material containing shellac, especially one to be played at 78 r.p.m.: an LP that can […]