Sachet

A sachet (eɪ {respell|SA|shay}; from the French sachet, meaning little bag) or packet is a small disposable bag or pouch, made from plastic, tin foil, or mylar, often used to contain single-use quantities of foods or consumer goods such as ketchup or shampoo. Sachets are commonly opened by making a small rip or tear in part of the package, and th...
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Sachet

• (n.) A scent bag, or perfume cushion, to be laid among handkerchiefs, garments, etc., to perfume them.
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sachet

noun a small soft bag containing perfumed powder; used to perfume items in a drawer or chest
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Sachet

[scented bag] A sachet eɪ is a small cloth scented bag filled with herbs, potpourri, or aromatic ingredients. It is also defined as a small soft bag containing perfumed or sweet-smelling items also referred to as an ascent bag, scent bag, sweet bag, sachet bag, sachet de senteurs, spiced sachet, potpourri sachet, scented sachet, perfume cu...
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Sachet

Sa`chet' noun [ French, dim. of sac . See Sac .] A scent bag, or perfume cushion, to be laid among handkerchiefs, garments, etc., to perfume them.
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Sachet

A paper, foil, mylar, or plastic packet of dehydrated, freeze-dried, dried, or active dried yeast. A sachet typically holds 5 grams of product, although 35- to 100-gram sachets of some products are available.
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Sachet

a small flexible package made by bonding two layers together on all four sides.
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sachet

small plastic envelope holding liquid or cream
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sachet

[n] - a small soft bag containing perfumed powder
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