Definition of fiberglass in English:

fiberglass

Syllabification: fi·ber·glass
Pronunciation: /ˈfībərˌglas
 
/
(British fibreglass
, also • trademark Fiberglas)

noun

  • 1A reinforced plastic material composed of glass fibers embedded in a resin matrix.
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    • Known for their innovative designs and pioneering technology, they were the first to use pressed steel, welded wire, fibreglass reinforced plastics and moulded plywood in furniture design and manufacture.
    • The cost of one of these Sea Cat fibreglass reinforced plastic boats with a 25 hp outboard engine is 3,000 euros.
    • It can also be used on plastics and fiberglass and for polishing stainless steel, high carbon steel, or bronze.
  • 2A textile fabric made from woven glass filaments.
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    • It is a tightly woven, black, fiberglass mesh that is purchased locally from a provider in Yuma.
    • The hull, decks and superstructure of these models are constructed of fiberglass composites using chopped strand and woven fiberglass fabrics.
    • A good quality kite made from treated ripstop spinnaker cloth and fibreglass spars starts at about $10.

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