Definition of 'corrugated iron'
Example sentences containing 'corrugated iron'
Across the field an open farm shed with corrugated iron roofs housed ranks of dried corn cobs and dilapidated agricultural equipment.THE GWEN JOHN SCULPTURE (2002)
She glanced at him unbelievingly and then turned again to gaze at the rusty corrugated iron, the tiles and the lichen-covered slates.A TROUT IN THE MILK (2002)
We went towards a corrugated iron hangar and, as we rounded the corner, we found the doors had been slid back.SKORPION'S DEATH (2002)
The buildings by the shore were fairly modern; long, single-story cabins made from wood with roofs of tarpaper or corrugated iron.THE RHYTHM SECTION (2002)
Definition of corrugated iron from the Collins English Dictionary
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