decal

[ dee-kal, dih-kal ]
/ ˈdi kæl, dɪˈkæl /

noun

a specially prepared paper bearing a picture or design for transfer to wood, metal, glass, etc.
the picture or design itself.

verb (used with object), de·caled or de·called, de·cal·ing or de·cal·ling.

to apply decals on.

Origin of decal

First recorded in 1950–55; shortened form of decalcomania
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British Dictionary definitions for decaled

decal

/ (dɪˈkæl, ˈdiːkæl) /

noun

short for decalcomania

verb

to transfer (a design) by decalcomania
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