English version

laminated

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Industry
laminatedlam‧i‧nated /ˈlæmɪneɪtɪd/ adjective  1 TIlaminated material is made by joining several thin layers on top of each other laminated glass2 TIcovered with a thin layer of plastic for protection a laminated ID cardlaminate verb [transitive]
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laminatedThe very best in kitchen technology - details showing the Westminster range fashioned with finest ash-grained laminated.They have replaceable laminated foil liners and deflate as the liquid is emptied.For safety and security, install laminated glass in your patio doors.The police donned flak jackets of laminated kevlar and webbing belts with pouches for spare magazines and stun grenades.Cross-section of a plasma sprayed hydroxyapatite structure showing a typical laminated structure.The standard of joiner work throughout is good and much use has been made of laminated veneers to provide rounded corners.a laminated wood table topThese laminated woods were simply ordinary timber cut up and glued together again.Fitted with a matching range of timber trimmed wall and base units with laminated work surfaces over.
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