Definition of wood wool in English:

wood wool

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noun

[mass noun] British
A mass of fine, soft wood shavings, typically used as a packing material.
More example sentences
  • Furthermore, sawdust, wood shavings or wood wool may not be path ways for introduction of alien invasive species and other quarantine pests.
  • The specimens were soaked in tap water, sown on wet wood wool in plastic boxes and placed in a growth chamber.
  • Because the wood wool has been mineralized by the cement, moisture loses its effect on the board.

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