peel-off

[ peel-awf, -of ]
/ ˈpilˌɔf, -ˌɒf /

adjective

designed to be peeled off from a backing or large sheet, usually of paper, before use; readied for use by peeling off: peel-off labels.

Nearby words

  1. peel,
  2. peel off,
  3. peel out,
  4. peel, sir robert,
  5. peel-and-stick,
  6. peele,
  7. peele, george,
  8. peeler,
  9. peeling,
  10. peelings

Origin of peel-off

First recorded in 1935–40; adj. use of verb phrase peel off

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