Tupperware

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English[edit]

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A piece of Tupperware.

Etymology[edit]

Tupper +‎ -ware. The product was invented in 1942 and named after Earl Tupper, who invented it and founded the company that produced it.

Proper noun[edit]

Tupperware

  1. A corporation producing plastic containers often used for food storage.

Noun[edit]

Tupperware (countable and uncountable, plural Tupperware or Tupperwares)

  1. A plastic container, or a set of such containers, produced by this corporation.
  2. (by extension) Any similar container; Alternative form of tupperware.

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