Yukiko's house is full of post-it notes with English words to help her practice English. Google Google generally refers to "finding information on the Internet". I believe that everyone is familiar with this word! In recent years, Google has rapidly become the most used search engine in the world, so Google can be used as the verb google, not only referring to using Google to search for information, but "use any search engine to find information on the Internet". In other words: Google (v.) = search / look up A: How far is the Moon from the Earth? A: How far is the Moon from the Earth? B: I don't know, Google it! B: I don't know, look it up online! Thermos Thermos generally refers to "thermosers".
Thermos LLC is a brand that whatsapp database manufactures thermal containers and was founded in Germany in 1904. Thermos has been fighting for the copyright of the word thermos, but a judge in the United States ruled it as a "generic trademark" in 1962, so from 1963, thermos can be widely printed on thermal insulation products, but the uppercase Thermos is still reserved by Thermos. the right to use. In other words: vacuum flask I always put my coffee in a Thermos so it stays hot longer. I always store my coffee in a thermos to keep it warm for longer. Tupperware Tupperware generally refers to "plastic food containers". Tupperware is a brand established by Earl Silas Tupper. It launches a
series of household products (housewares). Tupperware is named after it. It first appeared in 1946 and has since become the name of plastic food containers. In other words: plastic storage containers Lately I've been trying to save money, so I've been bringing my lunch in a Tupperware instead of buying it. I've been saving money lately, so I've been using the crisper to bring my lunches instead of buying them. Wite-Out Wite-Out generally refers to "correction fluid, instant white".