laminated

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laminated (comparative more laminated, superlative most laminated)

  1. Made by lamination.
    • 2021 February 24, Greg Morse, “Great Heck: a tragic chain of events”, in RAIL, number 925, page 42:
      The accident was also one of several since Clapham [...] that demonstrated the role of breakable windows in the death toll. RSSB research would later confirm and reinforce the need for laminated glass to protect passengers and increase survivability.
  2. Consisting of many thin layers.
    A laminated arch is a timber arch made of layers of bent planks secured by treenails.
  3. (geology, of rocks) Splitting into thin layers parallel to bedding.
    Shale is laminated.

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laminated

  1. simple past tense and past participle of laminate

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