Definition of 'fibreglass'

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Example sentences containing 'fibreglass'

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The skins are then attached to a fibreglass body. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Another new factory is building fibreglass fishing boats. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The hull is made by layering resin and fibreglass under a hard gel coat. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I felt the fibreglass of the boat. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The sprung fibreglass poles pop into place, then all you have to do is knock a few pegs into the ground. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Also, the fibreglass poles it uses are not as durable as the metal poles used by all the other tents on test. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's not the first time we've seen this aluminium and fibreglass replica either. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A fibreglass pole with a grip in the middle - but there is much more to it than meets the eye. The Sun (2009)The top brass of Iran's navy saluted thousands of bemused onlookers from the tiny fibreglass boat attached to a lorry. The Sun (2008)It is understood that 50 fibreglass boats were kept on the premises along with other vehicles, including local carnival floats. Times, Sunday Times (2016)

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Translations for 'fibreglass'

British English: fibreglass /ˈfaɪbəˌɡlɑːs/ NOUN
Fibreglass is plastic strengthened with short, thin threads of glass.
  • American English: fiberglass
  • Arabic: لِيْف زُجَاجيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: fibra de vidro
  • Chinese: 玻璃纤维
  • Croatian: stakloplastika
  • Czech: sklolaminát
  • Danish: glasfiber
  • Dutch: glasvezel
  • European Spanish: fibra de vidrio
  • Finnish: lasikuitu
  • French: fibre de verre
  • German: Glasfaser
  • Greek: φάιμπεργκλας
  • Italian: fibra di vetro
  • Japanese: ガラス繊維
  • Korean: 섬유 유리
  • Norwegian: glassfiber
  • Polish: włókno szklane
  • European Portuguese: fibra de vidro
  • Romanian: fibră de sticlă
  • Russian: стекловолокно
  • Latin American Spanish: fibra de vidrio
  • Swedish: glasfiber
  • Thai: ใยแก้ว
  • Turkish: cam yünü
  • Ukrainian: скловолокно
  • Vietnamese: thủy tinh sợi


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