gelatine

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See also: Gelatine and gélatine

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From French gélatine (jelly, gel), from Italian gelatina (jelly, gel), from gelare (to freeze), from Latin gelare (to freeze).

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gelatine (plural gelatines)

  1. a protein derived through partial hydrolysis of the collagen extracted from animal skin, bones, cartilage, ligaments, etc.
  2. an edible jelly made from this material
  3. a thin, translucent membrane used as a filter for photography or for theatrical lighting effects
    • 2010 April, Frank Zullo, “Imaging Prehistoric Sunrises”, Astronomy, volume 38, number 4, page 50: 
      For both images I placed a Kodak 4.0 neutral-density gelatin filter over the lens to reduce the Sun's brightness.

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Etymology[edit]

From French gélatine (jelly, gel), from Italian gelatina (jelly, gel), from gelare (to freeze), from Latin gelare (to freeze).

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  • Hyphenation: ge‧la‧ti‧ne

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gelatine f, m (plural gelatines)

  1. gelatine

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gelatine f

  1. plural form of gelatina

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