(n.) = slicker ; raincoat ; oilskin. Ex: An example is a scene of two men, dressed in yellow slickers, in a rowboat rescuing people during a flood. Ex: Another standby is the poncho, a cape-like raincoat that does a fair job of keeping the rain out. Ex: Always hang your oilskin after use, and allow to dry naturally in a well ventilated area. ---- * impermeable para la lluvia = rainwear. (adj.) = impermeable ; waterproof ; water-repellent ; rainproof. Ex: The sheets of paper were dipped by handfuls into hot size, a solution of animal gelatine made from vellum or leather shavings boiled in water, to make them relatively impermeable. Ex: The next step is to minimise the effects of any possible disaster by using waterproof ownership stamps. Ex: The 1850s also saw the appearance of photolithography, whereby a chemical film spread on the surface of a litho stone or plate was rendered insoluble and water-repellent by exposure to light. Ex: A well-built birdhouse should be durable, rainproof, cool and readily accessible for cleaning.