noun ply·wood \ˈplī-ˌwd\

: a strong board that is made by gluing together thin sheets of wood

Full Definition of PLYWOOD

:  a structural material consisting of sheets of wood glued or cemented together with the grains of adjacent layers arranged at right angles or at a wide angle

First Known Use of PLYWOOD



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