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How to Pronounce Waxes?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Waxes" is [wˈaksɪz], [wˈaksɪz], [w_ˈa_k_s_ɪ_z].

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"Waxes" in context

Waxes are a common and diverse class of materials that have been used for centuries in a variety of applications. Waxes are composed of long-chain hydrocarbons, which give them their characteristic properties such as flexibility, low melting points, and the ability to form a barrier on the surface they cover. Waxes are used in many consumer and industrial products, ranging from cosmetics and shoe polish to industrial lubricants and rust-preventing coatings.

Paraffin wax, a colorless and odorless wax derived from petroleum, is the most commonly used in consumer products.

Usage over time for Waxes:

This graph shows how "Waxes" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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