How to Pronounce resin?

Correct pronunciation for the word "resin" is [ɹˈɛzɪn], [ɹˈɛzɪn], [ɹ_ˈɛ_z_ɪ_n].

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"Resin" in context

Resin is a type of solid or semi-solid organic material that is available in both natural and synthetic forms. It is commonly used in a range of industrial and construction applications. Natural resin is sourced from plant secretions or sap and is composed of hydrocarbons and other organic compounds that are highly resistant to water, UV light and various solvents. It is a high-performance adhesive and sealant, providing great strength and durability. By mixing resins with additives, fillers and pigments it can be used for a variety of products. Many resin-based products are used in furniture manufacturing as well as for creating artwork and crafts.

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