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slatted

Line breaks: slat|ted
Pronunciation: /ˈslatɪd
 
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Definition of slatted in English:

adjective

Having slats: a slatted bench
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  • Narrow stairs rise to the cooling porch, a tree-house-like room furnished with slatted benches and simple wooden chairs.
  • Each flat-roofed block is planted with sedum grass (that can absorb 70% of water run-off) and clad in slatted larch wood.
  • Taking inspiration from the Victorian character of the East Coast resort Mr Ross designed slatted seats which can fit into corners or be arranged in circles to accommodate as many as 24 people.

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