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1.(British)adhesive tape used in dressing wounds
1.an elastic adhesive bandage for covering cuts or wounds
bande chirurgicale (fr)[Classe]
État membre de la Communauté Européenne (fr)[Classe...]
brand, make, marque, registered trademark, registered trade name, trademark, tradename - Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland[Domaine]
objet pour entourer (fr)[ClasseParExt.]
objet destiné à soigner (fr)[Classe]
scotch tape; sellotape; sticky tape; adhesive tape[ClasseHyper.]
bande chirurgicale (fr)[Thème]
elastoplast (n.) [British]
Elastoplast is a trademark name of a brand of adhesive bandages (also called sticking plasters) and medical dressings made by Beiersdorf. Beiersdorf bought UK and Commonwealth rights from the parent company, Smith & Nephew in 1992 for £46.5 million. It has become a genericized trademark for "sticking plaster" in some Commonwealth countries including the United Kingdom and Australia. In some countries, the line is known as Hansaplast, a brand name started by Beiersdorf in 1922.
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