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pulp in Industry topic

pulppulp2 verb [transitive] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 SQUASHto beat or crush something until it becomes very soft and almost liquid πŸ”Š pulped apples2 to beat or hit someone’s face or body very badly πŸ”Š His body was pulped by the impact of the train.3 TIto make wood or old books and newspapers into paper πŸ”Š Unsold novels are sent to be pulped. πŸ”Š wood pulping techniques Grammar Pulp is usually passive.β†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
pulpβ€’ This consisted of pressed bales of waste paper which were chopped, shredded and then steamed, stirred and pulped.β€’ Forms will be shredded, pulped, and recycled.β€’ The jokes are coarse and laboured, the blokes have pulped copies of Loaded for brains.β€’ They also tended to pulp the offending books.β€’ The peppers are pulped, then left to mature for three years before being distilled with vinegar.