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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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plywoodply‧wood /ˈplaɪwʊd/ noun [uncountable]  TIa material made of several thin layers of wood that are stuck together to form a strong board
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plywoodIt's an immense price to pay for hardwood doors, windows, coffins and plywood.Untainted pine, which can be used for plywood, sells for as much as $ 50 a ton.Cut two semi-circles from ¾in plywood.The ceiling had a double layer of plywood, which would provide strong support.Thinking the gun was a starter pistol, Jones approached the officer holding a piece of plywood, she said.There is sheet linoleum of some kind already there, glued to the plywood, 20 years old.Above, its transom is covered with plywood and nailed tightly shut.
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