|(Chemistry) yellowish or brownish resin derived from pine oleoresin or wood (commonly used in varnishes, ink and as a treatment for the bow of some musical instruments), rosin||colophony|
|(Chemistry) yellowish or brownish resin derived from the oleoresin or wood of pine trees (commonly used in varnishes, inks, and as a treatment for the bow of some musical instruments), hard resin, rub with rosin, treat with rosin, treat something with ...||rosin|
|78 rpm phonograph record, apply shellac to something, defeat easily, hit repeatedly, purified resin, varnish||shellac; shellack|
|a trademark for polymethyl methacrylate, brand name for a clear plastic that is a methyl methacrylate resin, perspex||Lucite|
|acrylate resin||acrylic resin|
|acrylic resin, resin from acrylic acid||acrylate resin|
|adhesive, any sticky plant substance, cause to stick together using an adhesive; stop up, block up; chew using the gums, chewing gum, eat without teeth, flesh around teeth, resin; rubber; chewing gum; sticky substance used as a glue; fleshy tissue whic...||gum|
|American tree yielding reddish resin||gumbo-limbo|
|ammonia-based gas (Chemistry), ammoniacal, of ammonia (type of gas), gum ammoniac, gum resin||ammoniac|
|any of a number of shrubs or trees having bell-shaped white flowers (native to eastern Asia); aromatic resin obtained from shrubs or trees belonging to the storax family, fragrant balsam, styrax, subtropical tree with white flowers, vanilla-scented balsam||storax|
|any of several viscous organic substances derived from plants (used to manufacture medications, paints, plastics, and inks); synthetic substance similar to natural resin, coat with resin, treat with resin, organic substance from plants, synthetic compo...||resin|
|aromatic resin, fragrant gum resin found in certain African and Asian trees that is used for making incense and perfume, substance that was formerly used in religious rites and in embalming, sweet cicely||myrrh|
|aromatic resin, N American tree with hard wood, red gum||sweet gum|
|aromatic resin, olibanum, sweet smelling resin from a variety of African and Asian trees that was formerly used in religious rites and in embalming||frankincense|
|balsam fir, fragrant resin, poplar tree||balm of Gilead|
|benjamin, bitter almond oil camphor (Chemistry); gum benzoin, type of resin obtained from certain trees (used in the making of cosmetics, perfumes and in medicine), toxic white solid||benzoin|
|browny yellow color, fossilized pine tree resin; yellowish brown color, signal for caution, yellow fossil resin, yellowish-brown||amber|
|cannabis in resin form||cannabis resin|
|cement, liquor, mastic tree, resin, resin taken from the bark of the mastic tree and used to produce varnish||mastic|
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