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self-adhesive

[ self-ad-hee-siv ]
/ ˈsɛlf ædˈhi sɪv /
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adjective

having a side or surface coated with an adhesive substance to permit sticking without glue, paste, or the like: a self-adhesive label; self-adhesive ceramic tiles.

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self-adhesive

adjective

(of a letter, label, etc) coated with an adhesive substance, esp where no moistening is needed
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