Tupperware

Tupperware 1956, trademark (reg. U.S.), from Earl S. Tupper, president of Tupper Corp., + WARE (Cf. ware). Patent claims use from 1950.

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  • Tupperware — Brands Corporation Rechtsform Aktiengesellschaft Gründung 1946 Sitz …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Tupperware — es una marca registrada y patentada por el químico estadounidense Earl Silas Tupper en 1944. Contenido 1 Historia 2 El uso coloquial 3 Cronología 4 Enlaces externos …   Wikipedia Español

  • Tupperware — Brands Corp. Тип …   Википедия

  • Tupperware — Tupperware, Tupper ware Tup per ware, n. [Trade name.] 1. the collective trade name for a type of plastic food storage container with a translucent bottom and a close fitting lid designed to seal the container tightly. It is in common use in the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tupperware® — /tupˈər wār/ noun A range of plastic storage containers, esp for food ORIGIN: US company name Tupper and ↑ware1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Tupperware — Infobox Company company name = Tupperware Brands Corp. company logo = company type = |foundation = 1946 in Orlando, Florida founder = Earl S. Tupper location = area served = key people = industry = products = |revenue = num employees = homepage …   Wikipedia

  • Tupperware — Logo de Tupperware Création 1946 Fondateurs Earl Tupper Personnages clés Brownie Wise …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Tupperware{™} — n [U] a make of plastic containers for storing food in, widely used in Britain. When it was first introduced in the 1960s, the company paid people to hold Tupperware parties in their homes, to which they invited friends and offered to sell them… …   Universalium

  • Tupperware — [[t]tʌ̱pə(r)weə(r)[/t]] N UNCOUNT: oft N n Tupperware is a range of plastic containers with tight fitting lids that are used for storing food. [TRADEMARK] ...a Tupperware box …   English dictionary

  • Tupperware® — Tụp|per|wa|re® 〈engl. [tʌpə(r)wɛ:r] f. 19 oder engl. f. 10〉 Dose, Schüssel o. Ä. aus Kunststoff mit Deckel für den Gebrauch im Haushalt, bes. zum (luftdichten) Aufbewahren von Nahrungsmitteln [nach dem US amerikan. Erfinder Earl Tupper, 1907 1983 …   Universal-Lexikon

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