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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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veneeredve‧neered /vəˈnɪəd $ -ˈnɪrd/ adjective  DHFTICcovered with a thin layer of wood or plastic veneered doors
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veneeredThis 600 watt machined removed three layers of old paint from a veneered cabinet in minutes.There was also a badly scratched veneered cabinet which had once housed a gramophone.These apparently were made in veneered chipboard and would cost me £24 50.Made from solid oak with veneered interiors, the wood has been limed to enhance the grain.
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