Definition of 'plywood'
Example sentences containing 'plywood'
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It's made from birch plywood, finished in white or yellow lacquer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's made from birch plywood, finished in white or yellow lacquer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The best quality cabinet doors have solid wood frames that surround solid wood or plywood centre panels. Times, Sunday Times (2014)An old sheet of plywood lay flat on the grass, blown there by the wind. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A panel of plywood was attached to the back to strengthen the work. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Face planted through plywood wall. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's pretty comfortable, with a sheet of plywood covering the ridges on the floor. The Sun (2007)This includes the freestanding birch plywood staircase, with cunningly concealed storage, and the sleek fitted cupboards in the master bedroom. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'plywood'
British English: plywood /ˈplaɪˌwʊd/ NOUN
Plywood is wood that consists of thin layers of wood stuck together.
...a sheet of plywood.
- American English: plywood
- Arabic: خَشَبُ أَبْلَكَاش
- Brazilian Portuguese: madeira compensada
- Chinese: 胶合板
- Croatian: šperploča
- Czech: překližka
- Danish: krydsfiner
- Dutch: triplex
- European Spanish: contrachapado
- Finnish: vaneri
- French: contreplaqué
- German: Sperrholz
- Greek: κοντραπλακέ
- Italian: compensato
- Japanese: ベニヤ板
- Korean: 합판
- Norwegian: kryssfinér
- Polish: sklejka
- European Portuguese: contraplacado
- Romanian: placaj
- Russian: фанера
- Spanish: madera laminada
- Swedish: plywood
- Thai: ไม้อัด
- Turkish: kontrplak
- Ukrainian: фанера
- Vietnamese: gỗ dán
Definition of plywood from the Collins English Dictionary
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