Definition of rough timber in English:

rough timber

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[mass noun]
  • Partly dressed timber, having only the branches removed.
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    • With the discovery of gold, mining became a major consumer of firewood and rough timber.
    • The room was small and plain with walls made up of rough timber, but it gave a homely feeling to Hika.
    • Half a dozen lengths of rough timber were held together by the remnants of his copper roll.

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