имя существительное латекс (млечный сок каучуконосов) - latex paint
1) латекс || пропитывать латексом 2) латексный Например: to foam the latex — вспенивать латекс to mill the latex — вальцевать латекс to stabilize the latex — стабилизировать латекс to strain the latex — фильтровать латекс to spray the latex — распылять латекс - alkali latex - blown latex - carboxylated butadiene latex - natural latex - rubber latex - synthetic latex
1) латекс 2) млечный сок каучуконосных растений 3) каучуковый латекс - compound latex - dip latex - foamed latex - hot latex - isoprene latex - preserved rubber latex - prevulcanized rubber latex - reinforced latex - rubber latex - stabilized rubber latex
noun (plural latices or latexes) Etymology: New Latin latic-, latex, from Latin, fluid 1. a milky usually white fluid that is produced by cells of various seed plants (as of the milkweed, spurge, and poppy families) and is the source of rubber, gutta-percha, chicle, and balata 2. a water emulsion of a synthetic rubber or plastic obtained by polymerization and used especially in coatings (as paint) and adhesives
(Lamport TeX) Leslie Lamport's document preparation system built on top of TeX. LaTeX was developed at SRI International's Computer Science Laboratory and was built to resemble Scribe. LaTeX adds commands to simplify typesetting and lets the user concentrate on the structure of the text rather than on formatting commands. BibTeX is a LaTeX package for bibliographic citations. Lamport's LaTeX book has an exemplary index listing every symbol, concept and example in the book. The index in the, now obsolete, first edition includes (on page 221) the mysterious entry "Gilkerson, Ellen, 221". The second edition (1994) has an entry for "infinite loop" instead.