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  • tissue — noun 1 organic material ADJECTIVE ▪ living ▪ healthy, normal ▪ Vitamin C helps maintain healthy tissue. ▪ damaged, diseased …   Collocations dictionary

  • Tissue-san — is a Japanese anime style character created by the San X company. His head is a box of tissues. He was developed to encourage Japanese school children to use tissues when they have a cold or flu …   Wikipedia

  • Box Hill South, Victoria — Infobox Australian Place | type = suburb name = Box Hill South city = Melbourne state = vic caption = lga = City of Whitehorse postcode = 3128 pop = 7387 (2006)Census 2006 AUS | id = SSC21099 | name = Box Hill South (State Suburb) | accessdate =… …   Wikipedia

  • tissue — 01. Do you have a [tissue]? I need to blow my nose. 02. He didn t break his leg when he fell out of the tree, but he did some serious damage to the [tissue] around the bones in his ankle. 03. After injuring his shoulder repeatedly, scar [tissue]… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • tissue — [[t]tɪ̱ʃuː, tɪ̱sjuː[/t]] ♦♦♦ tissues 1) N UNCOUNT: also N in pl In animals and plants, tissue consists of cells that are similar to each other in appearance and that have the same function. As we age we lose muscle tissue... Athletes have hardly… …   English dictionary

  • tissue */*/ — UK [ˈtɪʃuː] / UK [ˈtɪsjuː] noun Word forms tissue : singular tissue plural tissues 1) [uncountable] the substance that animal and plant cells are made of muscle/nerve/scar tissue 2) tissue or tissue paper [uncountable] a type of very thin paper… …   English dictionary

  • tissue — tis|sue [ tıʃu ] noun ** 1. ) count a piece of soft thin paper used especially for wiping your nose: a box of tissues a ) tissue or tissue paper uncount a type of very thin paper used for wrapping or protecting things 2. ) uncount the substance… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • tissue — tis|sue W3 [ˈtıʃu:, sju: US ʃu:] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: tissu fine cloth , from tistre to weave , from Latin texere; TEXT] 1.) a piece of soft thin paper, used especially for blowing your nose on ▪ a box of tissues …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • tissue — noun 1 (C) a piece of soft thin paper, used especially for blowing your nose on: a box of tissues 2 also tissue paper (U) light thin paper used for wrapping, packing etc 3 (U) the material forming animal or plant cells: plant/lung/brain etc… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • tissue — noun 1) living tissue Syn: matter, material, substance; flesh 2) a box of tissues Syn: facial tissue; trademark Kleenex …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • tissue-tech — A computer tech whose sole solution is to wipe the box. I don t think a tissue tech solution is going to solve this; the monitor is on fire …   Dictionary of american slang

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