Another word for plastic
Common plastics include: thermoplastic, epoxy, furane, latex, synthetic rubber, butadiene, diolefin, chloroprene, polysulfide, polyethylene, nylon, acetate, acrylic, polyester, polystyrene, PS, polypropylene, PP, polyurethane, ABS, acrylonitrile butodiene styrene, PETE, polyethylene terephthalate, HDPE, LDPE, high density polyethylene, low density polyethylene, cellophane, vinylidene chloride, phenolic, phenolformaldehyde, phenolfurfura, ethyl cellulose, urea, cellulose nitrate, acrylic, methyl methacrylate, styrene, vinyl chloride, polyvinyl chloride, PVC, melamine, copolymer vinyl, polyvinyl butyral, lignocellulose, artificial shellac.
The following are trademarked plastics: Perbunan, Buna N, Chemigum, Buna S, Methyl Rubber, SKA, SKB, Sovprene, Neoprene, Thiokil, Aralac, Velon, Saran, Orlon, Bakelite, Durez, Phenolite, Textolite, Lumarith, Ethocel, Celluloid, Nitron, Lucite, Plexiglas, Styron, Lustron, Vinylite, Zinlac, Fortisan, Formica, Mylar, Teflon, Styrofoam, Lexan, Delrin, Perspex.
Another word for plasticadjective
Capable of being shaped, bent, or drawn out, as by hammering or pressure:ductile, flexible, flexile, flexuous, malleable, moldable, pliable, pliant, supple, workable. See flexible
Changing easily, as in expression:changeable, fluid, mobile. See change
Easily altered or influenced:ductile, elastic, flexible, flexile, impressionable, malleable, pliable, pliant, suggestible, supple. See flexible
Capable of withstanding stress without injury:elastic, flexible, flexile, resilient, springy, supple. See flexible
Marked by unnaturalness, pretension, and often a slavish love of fads:artificial, factitious, synthetic, unnatural. See honest