Definition of 'corrugated'
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The bumper clips him, then the passenger side of the vehicle mashes him against the corrugated concrete wall. CHAMELEON (2002)That's never a lion,' Posy's voice echoed eerily against the corrugated roof. TICKLED PINK (2002)I was at the corner of the church, in a crouch, with just my head breaking the line of the corrugated iron. SNOWLINE (2002)
Trends of 'corrugated'
Used Occasionally. corrugated is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'corrugated'
British English: corrugated ADJECTIVE
Corrugated metal or cardboard has been folded into a series of small parallel folds to make it stronger.
...a hut with a corrugated iron roof.
Definition of corrugated from the Collins English Dictionary
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