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corrugated

Line breaks: cor¦ru|gated
Pronunciation: /ˈkɒrəɡeɪtɪd
 
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Definition of corrugated in English:

adjective

(Of a material or surface) shaped into a series of parallel ridges and grooves so as to give added rigidity and strength: corrugated cardboard
More example sentences
  • Neumann proved this with many of his very realistic settings, where he uses secondhand cloths or materials like carton or corrugated iron.
  • They have no land or houses, just low, corrugated iron structures that serve as houses.
  • In 1954 I straightened out a piece of corrugated cardboard with a surface area of a square meter.
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corrugation

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noun
Example sentences
  • Looking at the results, you can see how the originals were made: all their folds, flaws, corrugations and staples.
  • Strangely, the pattern on my feet matched the corrugations on the soles of the boots.
  • ‘It caused a slight bit of wrinkling or corrugation in the painting which caused a few cracks in the paint surface,’ Harr said yesterday.

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