Etymology
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Dacron (n.)

polyethylene terephthalate used as a textile fabric, 1951, proprietary name coined by E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.; an invented word of no etymology, on the model of nylon, etc.

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Definitions of Dacron

Dacron (n.)
a kind of polyester fabric;
Synonyms: Terylene
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