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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Building, Household
insulationin‧su‧la‧tion /ˌɪnsjəˈleɪʃən $ ˌɪnsə-/ noun [uncountable]  1 TBDHwhen something is insulated or someone insulates something Good insulation can save you money on heating bills.2 TBDHmaterial used to insulate something, especially a building glass-fibre insulation
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insulationFit it in place of an existing thinner jacket, and over any shrunk-on rigid foam insulation your cylinder may have.Macroconsolidation within organizations provides an ideal breeding ground for insulation, isolation, and illusion.Use 3 1 / 2-inch insulation with a foil or paper backing, with the foil or paper facing out.By attic ceiling I presume you mean insulation in the roof, between the rafters.It is as vital as the plastic insulation in a telephone exchange.Blankets provided insulation against the cold.The breakdown of the insulation layer short-circuits nerve impulses and produces devastating consequences.If extra thermal insulation is required flat insulation panels can be laid underneath the profiled Rockwell insulation panels.
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