- Band-Aid trademark registered 1924 by Johnson & Johnson for a stick-on gauze pad or strip. The British equivalent was Elastoplast. Figurative sense of "temporary or makeshift solution to a problem, pallative" (often lower case, sometimes bandaid) is first recorded 1968; as an adjective, from 1970.
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Band Aid — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Band Aid fue una unión musical Británica e Irlandesa de caridad en que participaron artistas y grupos pop. Fue fundada en 1984 por Bob Geldof y Midge Ure. El propósito era recaudar dinero para la hambruna de Etiopía … Wikipedia Español
Band-Aid — is the brand name for Johnson Johnson s line of adhesive bandages and related products. However, much of the consuming public in the United States, India, Canada, Brazil and Australia uses the term band aid generically, to refer to any such… … Wikipedia
Band Aid — est le nom du groupe anglo saxon créé en 1984 à l’initiative de Bob Geldof et Midge Ure afin de venir en aide aux victimes de la famine qui sévissait alors en Éthiopie. Sommaire 1 L’idée 2 Participants du Band Aid 1984 3 … Wikipédia en Français
Band Aid — band aid and aid , Band Aid Band Aid (b[a^]nd [=a]d ) n. [from a Trademark.] An adhesive bandage, composed of a short ribbon of cloth or plastic with an adhesive coating on one side, and having a patch of gauze at the center. It is used to cove … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Band-Aid — band aid and aid , Band Aid Band Aid (b[a^]nd [=a]d ) n. [from a Trademark.] An adhesive bandage, composed of a short ribbon of cloth or plastic with an adhesive coating on one side, and having a patch of gauze at the center. It is used to cove … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Band-Aid — Band Aids also band aid 1) N VAR A Band Aid is a small piece of sticky tape that you use to cover small cuts or wounds on your body. [mainly AM, TRADEMARK] She had a Band Aid on her ankle. (in BRIT, use plaster) 2) ADJ: ADJ n (disapproval) If you … English dictionary
Band-Aid — n ↑Band Aid, ↑bandage, ↑plaster, ↑scissors 1.) trademark especially AmE a piece of thin material that is stuck to the skin to cover cuts and other small wounds British Equivalent: plaster 2.) a Band Aid solution to a problem is temporary and will … Dictionary of contemporary English
Band-Aid — ☆ Band Aid [band′ād΄ ] [ BANDAGE + AID] trademark for a small prepared bandage of gauze and adhesive tape for minor wounds n. [also band aid] 1. a bandage of this type 2. a temporary, superficial remedy for a serious or complex problem adj. [also … English World dictionary
Band-Aid — /band ayd / 1. Trademark. a brand of adhesive bandage with a gauze pad in the center, used to cover minor abrasions and cuts. n. 2. (often l.c.) Informal. a makeshift, limited, or temporary aid or solution that does not satisfy the basic or long… … Universalium
Band Aid — may refer to:* Band Aid (band), a musical ensemble raising money for famine relief * Band Aid, a brand of adhesive bandage * A generic name for an adhesive bandage in America … Wikipedia
Band-Aid — Band Aid; band aid; … English syllables