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New York-London, a reference to trans-Atlantic life, people who spend time in both cities, a trans-Atlantic culture featuring both cities
Originally, the DuPont company trade name for polyamide, a copolymer whose molecules consist of alternating diamine and dicarboxylic acid monomers bonded together; now generically used for this type of polymer
A stocking originally fabricated from nylon; also used generically for any long, sheer stocking worn on a woman's legs

They left the strip club when they discovered the ladies only stripped down to their nylons.

Nylons are stockings made of nylon. This woman wore seamed nylons and kept smoothing her skirt. Any synthetic plastic material composed of polyamides of high molecular weight and usually, but not always, manufactured as a fibre. Nylons were developed by Du Pont in the 1930s. The successful production of a useful fibre by chemical synthesis from compounds readily available from air, water, and coal or petroleum stimulated expansion of research on polymers, leading to a rapidly growing family of synthetics. Nylon can be made to form fibres, filaments, bristles, or sheets to be manufactured into yarn, textiles, and cordage, and it can also be formed into molded products. It has high resistance to wear, heat, and chemicals. Most applications are in the form of filaments in such articles as hosiery, parachutes, and outerwear. See also W. H. Carothers
a polymer used commonly in the textiles industry
Cloth or yarn made from synthetic materials Nylon is from a family of high-strength, resilient synthetic polymers, the molecules of which contain the recurring amide group CONH It can be dyed with Acid Dye
‑ A heat sensitive man‑made fabric characterized by stain resistance and low water absorbency
a thermoplastic polyamide; a family of high-strength resilient synthetic materials
a synthetic fabric a thermoplastic polyamide; a family of high-strength resilient synthetic materials
Thermoplastic with good abrasion and chemical resistance
{i} synthetic material used in industrial manufacturing (e.g. of hosiery, fishing line, rubber products, etc.)
A stocking originally fabricated from nylon; also used generically for any long, sheer stocking worn on a womans legs
the first fiber made totally from chemicals A very strong manufactured fiber
A type of plastic used in many R/C kits There are many types of nylon
An abrasion resistant thermoplastic with good chemical resistance
another word for polyamide
Generic name for all polymers having recurring amide groups in the molecular backbone Various types of nylon are described by numbers that relate to the number of carbon atoms in the various reactants Effect of heat: Sticks at 445°F, Melts at 480°F, Yellows slightly at 300°F when held for 5 hours The most extensively used type of nylon in gloves is Nylon 6/6
A strong plastic that can be used as a film with high oil and gas resistance or used as filament in strapping tapes' with high impact resistance
An abrasion-resistant thermoplastic with good chemical resistance
a synthetic polyamide fiber that has elastic properties that is used for making textile products and screen mesh
A synthetic fiber used in most carpet yarns today Nylon is available in both staple and continuous filament yarns
A strong tough elastic synthetic material
The term nylon includes a vast group of chemically related products Of especial interest to the textile industry is nylon in filament-yarn form; made from a polymer in flake form, it is melted and forced through a spinneret There are two main types-Nylon 6 and Nylon 66, both in filament and staple
A fiber made of thermoplastic fibers melted together Used primarily in combination with other fabrics for suit linings, outerwear linings, and hosiery
a synthetic fabric
Nylon is a strong, flexible artificial fibre. I put on a new pair of nylon socks
A very tough, light, synthetic material which when mixed with cotton will increase the strength of the fabric
Man-made fiber in which the forming substance is a synthetic polyamide These fibers generally exhibit excellent strength, flexibility, elasticity and abrasion resistance A hydrophilic material Learn more about synthetic/man-made fibers
A man-made polyamide fiber derived from coal, water and air Introduced in 1938, nylon is the first and oldest of the true synthetics Famous for its strength, abrasion resistance, dimensional stability, soft hand, elasticity, easy-washing qualities and quick-drying characteristics
any of numerous strong tough elastic synthetic polyamide materials that are fashioned into fabrics
A man–made material used for clothes and other items
Produced in 1938, the first completely synthetic fiber developed Known for its high strength and excellent resilience, nylon has superior abrasion resistance and high flexibility
Generic term for fiber made from synthetic polyamides extracted from coal and oil Its used widely in outdoor clothing and gear
High strenght, high abrasion resistance, low absorbency, good elasticity Texture varies from smooth and crisp to soft and bulky
The first completely synthetic fiber developed Known for its high strength and excellent resilience, nylon has superior abrasion resistance and high flexibility
nylon 6
Nylon 6 or polycaprolactam is a polymer developed by Paul Schlack at IG Farben to reproduce the properties of nylon 6,6 without violating the patent on its production. Unlike most other nylons, nylon 6 is not a condensation polymer, but instead is formed by ring-opening polymerization. This makes it a special case in the comparison between condensation and addition polymers. Its competition with nylon 6,6 and the example it set have also shaped the economics of the synthetic fiber industry. It was given the trademark Perlon in the year 1952
nylon food wrap
thin sheet of nylon used to wrap food products
nylon stocking
women's stockings made of nylon
nylon thread
strong thread made from nylon
nylons
stockings made from nylon
nylons
{i} pantyhose, women's stockings
nylons
women's stockings made from a sheer material (nylon or rayon or silk)
nylon

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    /ˈnīˌlän/ /ˈnaɪˌlɑːn/

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    [ 'nI-"län ] (noun.) 1938. Arbitrary letters + -on (by analogy with cotton); the frequently heard claim that the word derives from abbreviations of New York ("NY") and London ("Lon") is a myth.

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